You made a strong pivot. I’m really impressed with your ability to crank out content. I kinda got burned out when it came to blogging and haven’t been able to really get back into it in any meaningful way since. I don’t think most people appreciate how difficult it is and to step in such big shoes and do so well, you must be very happy.
My wife and I worked together to co-author a book a few years back called Second Class Supers which is a take on class warfare where the rich can buy super powers. It was fun to write. I have two other novels in various stages of development, but haven’t been able to complete one on my own yet.
As for running a business, the thing I’ve learned about myself is I work better in a team. As a solo person, I flounder, lose focus and don’t hustle the same. I’m glad I found a strong co-founder in David Krug for PressTitan.
The biggest thing that helped me with cranking out content was participating in National Novel Writing Month. For folks unfamiliar, it is an event where folks from around the world attempt to write a 50,000+ word novel in a month. That’s 1,667 words/day. You’ve got to be a little crazy to try it, but it definitely gives you some valuable skills on just pushing out words.
I’ll definitely have to check out Second Class Supers. The description sounds interesting.
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