I track my productivity on a word count basis. However, my current output is nowhere near three thousand words. Not yet anyway. My present production level is much less than Cassandra’s. When I first began along this path, I was lucky to manage one hundred words. My work was sporadic, and it was rare for me to write on consecutive days.
I have made progress. Now, missing a scheduled writing session is unthinkable. If I skip a day, I make up the difference. My daily word count has tripled and keeps increasing. I surpassed 2018’s total word count during the second week of June. Continuing my trend, within the next two weeks, I will be double what I previously wrote.
I also plan on attempting NaNoWriMo in November which I expect will to add another fifty thousand words to my tally. If I am successful, 2019 may reach triple my word count from last year. It is a feat I never imagined was possible. But it is a testament to the power of small, incremental and regular changes.
What will you attempt today?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer