You know how we read books like Daily Rituals, trying to learn from other people’s writing process? It’s like we’re looking for the magic key that will show us how to unlock our own genius.
The problem is that someone else’s key probably won’t work to open your writing gates. You have to – get to – discover what works for you. There’s one way to do that – write regularly and reveal your own writing process.
When you free-write regularly, you learn what works. You gain insight about what doesn’t work. You find your writing process from the inside, not from watching someone else’s process.
It’s okay to be inspired by other’s process. And, there’s only one process that will work for you: yours.
Prompt: What I know about my process…
This is part of a 30-day series focused on how free-writing can change your life. Start from the beginning here.