The act of blogging helps solidify your thinking. Like a fine-tooth comb, all your ideas, brain farts, and other collected artifacts will come together to paint a big picture of your depth and understanding.
One never stops blogging, as one never stops thinking. Writing and publishing daily–whether it's 50 or 500 words–is, therefore, a practice in stretching one's thinking while also making them vulnerable. But by showing your work, your prime the pump of confidence.
One should expect to be a better blogger five years from now than they are today. What happens over that time period is not just a bunch of words to play with, but hopefully a sense of categorization and organization. After all, blog posts make good books.
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If you're a WRITER or aspiring blogger, I highly recommend doing the following:
1. Read Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
2. Use Grammarly to improve your writing and proofread all your work, even emails. Try it for free here.
3. Buy an All-Access Pass from Masterclass to learn from the best creators in the world.
4. If you're a writer, artist, creator, etc. — Create your own Wordpress site and publish something new every day. It'll be the best investment you make. Just do it.