23 Nov 2014
Posted by Arthur Brock
in Ceptr, Productivity Hacks, Reflections, Writing
- I rarely get something written, edited and posted before the last half-hour of the day. The deadline really works for me. It also means I pretty much have to make sure I have a good block of time available between 10pm and midnight every night. That sometimes works, but I don’t think I’m committed to having my permanent life schedule revolve around it.
- The commitment to publish daily has sometimes compromised the quality of what I publish. I put some things out half-baked. I don’t get “credit” for writing I do that doesn’t get published. (Although, it is sometimes a head-start for another day.)
- I generally like having written… even if I often avoid writing in advance.