The Word Leader Podcast

201. Writing is a Repeatable Process

June 23, 2021
The Word Leader Podcast
201. Writing is a Repeatable Process
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The Word Leader Podcast
201. Writing is a Repeatable Process
Jun 23, 2021

It took me 3 years to write my first book. It took me 8 months to write my second one. It took me 3 months to write my third one, and it took me 1.5 months to write my fourth. What changed? I didn’t start writing shorter books—in fact, my books are getting longer. As I grew as a writer—and as an individual—writing became easier and more repeatable. I’ve built writing frameworks for myself, and I’ve started repurposing my content. It took me 1.5 months to write a 250-page book because I already had written about the topic on other mediums, because I knew what I was doing, and because I had a deadline. Writing is a repeatable process. Once you’ve figured it out, you rinse and repeat.


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Show Notes

It took me 3 years to write my first book. It took me 8 months to write my second one. It took me 3 months to write my third one, and it took me 1.5 months to write my fourth. What changed? I didn’t start writing shorter books—in fact, my books are getting longer. As I grew as a writer—and as an individual—writing became easier and more repeatable. I’ve built writing frameworks for myself, and I’ve started repurposing my content. It took me 1.5 months to write a 250-page book because I already had written about the topic on other mediums, because I knew what I was doing, and because I had a deadline. Writing is a repeatable process. Once you’ve figured it out, you rinse and repeat.


 Join The Word Leader Facebook Community to learn more about writing, connect with like-minded fellows, and get support in your writing journey.