Publish. Promote. Profit. Episode 115 – Discipline Techniques For Internet Writers
Writing discipline is something that can be achieved at any time in life. Many of us want to succeed in so many areas of discipline in life. Still, if you’re a small business owner who has decided to get disciplined in content creation for marketing or want to create a daily writing habit in your life, then you’re in the right place.
Book publishing can be a real struggle, even for the best-selling publisher. Everybody has their unique content style, which needs to be discovered at the right time.
Here are the few marketing strategies and tips.
The Strategy Of 30 For 30
30 for 30 is a large group of great training and accountability. The idea of 30 for 30 is to write 250 words every day. This isn’t about writing books. The strategy includes internet writing only and ghostwriting.
Set a Deadline
To improve your discipline in content writing and if you’re struggling to maintain your writing habit, ask yourself a question:
How did you do your long-form research paper when you were in high school? Let me guess; you used to wait until last night and approach the task until it’s done, just like a Cheetah. All you need is a deadline to get things completed. It would help if you had pressure and consequences before you acted. There’s a pain in not doing anything for an extended period of time. Build around your tendencies instead of fighting against them to create your content.
And if you’re interested in building this core tendency or using it to create effective content, you need to realize what you’re really attempting to do. Set your goals and follow the three steps given below:
1. Recognize and accept your true nature
You don’t need to go against your entire nature to improve your writing. If you embrace your nature after discovering it, you’ll be more productive and effective. For example, you may be thinking about how to discover it. Ask yourself some questions to discover your nature. For example, what were the circumstances around my success? What were the circumstances around my failure? And then, instead of fighting against them, embrace them and find a way to build around them.
2. Stop fighting your nature and start embracing it
To use your nature in order to get tasks done, all you need to think about is its consequences afterwards. It can either be a public shame, humiliation, or a way to get your money. In other words, set a deadline and think about the consequences of not doing it. Ask yourself some questions about it, and then apply the answers to your life.
3. Establish consistency
Putting financial consequences into your business builds consistency and is proven a good lead generation strategy. Set your goals and pay yourself in full. You will feel the power of transferring your money and putting your energy into it. And you only need three things: pressure, a deadline, and consequences.
These three factors will let you build around your natural instincts to create something consistent.