When you spit words back and forth with someone in an argument, you will always think of the perfect thing to say after the fact. Never before.
The same is true when you have a bias for action and start a blog. You will think of the perfect thing to say, after you hit the publish button.
Then when you start taking action everyday, the details that matter will emerge.
For example, anytime I notice that one of my articles is getting popular I will go back and do some spider webbing.
By that, I mean I will link to other articles that are related and have that text be highlighted in red. Because I’ve written so much, I have a hard time thinking about stuff I have or haven’t done. If I were to do this on every post, I wouldn’t be able to pump out as many words in a day.
- Spider webbing (or linking text to articles) takes time and slows down my writing flow.
The act of writing and creating is always comes first. Making the text pretty and adding links comes later.
The details that matter will always emerge after you’ve consistently put in the time and work.
You have a rare talent if you can put all the details into something beforehand. That’s never been me.