Are you prolific in your chosen field? These days, you’d better be.
“Prolific” is a term which is usually applied to creatives; writers, artists, and designers. However, in any field these days, you need to be prolific.
If you’re a sales person you need to make prolific sales, for example.
Nowhere is the ability to be prolific more important than in writing, however.
Prolific writing — everyone’s a writer these days
Whether you consider yourself a writer or not, everyone these days is doing a lot more writing. Indeed, your ability to write quickly and well can determine whether or not you move ahead in any career.
I’ve just published a new program, How to Become a Prolific Writer and Conquer Every Writing Challenge, and I’ll shortly be releasing a new coaching program in conjunction with it.
Decide to be prolific
Do you consider yourself prolific?
Perhaps you should just make a decision that you will be. Over the years, whenever I’ve made a decision to become prolific for one reason or another, it’s changed my life. Many writers have had the same results — when something pushes your buttons, and you just decide to DO IT, something happens.
Becoming prolific is less work
Here’s a paradox for you. At those times I’m most prolific, I’m working less, and enjoying it more. I’ve no idea why that is. However, I’m spoken to many writers and artists, who at the times they were most prolific, worked fewer hours. They were relaxed, and happy.
My theory is that at the times we’re most prolific, we’re working in flow. We get into a creative mindset, and we’re effortlessly productive.