Carlos Cooper reports:
"What does it mean to be a prolific writer? In non-dictionary terms, it basically means you write a lot and publish a lot of work. If you’re trying to be prolific, where do you start?...The everyday answer to making and attaining goals is 'Ready, Aim, Fire'. I’m not an everyday kind of guy. If you test me I’m probably some kind of outlier. I subscribe to the 'Ready, Fire, Aim' mentality. I’d rather put something out there than not. I don’t want to be on the sidelines. It’s more fun to be in the thick of it. If you want to be prolific, shake off the shackles of indecision. Stop thinking so much. Just do it...The secret to becoming a prolific writer is… wait for it… write all the time. Don’t wait for inspiration to strike. Make inspiration come to you. Write until it comes. How do I do it? Sometimes I type the same word over and over. Other times I describe how I’m feeling. Most times I find my story by exploring my imagination as I’m writing...If you want to grow into a prolific writer it’s time to take off the training wheels. Jump in with both feet. Establish a daily writing routine. Take your writing seriously, but still have fun."
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