Many people try to write a few times a week, or once a week. Thats too infrequent and it wont become a habit that way. Instead, tell yourself, Im going to write every single day, no exceptions.
Ideas are everywhere! In the people you talk to, in your life experiments, in things you read online, in new ventures and magazines and films and music and novels. But when you write regularly, your eyes are open to these ideas. All you have to do is start writing each day you dont have to write 1,000 words or anything. Just start, and how much you do doesnt matter. Once the habit is in place, you can lengthen it, but for now just start. Writing non-fiction articles for newspapers, magazines, and Web sites is the surest way to meet your financial goals. Fame and Notoriety Goals, these goals can include celebrity status, name recognition, giving out autographs, etc. Education: It is easy to share what you know with others if you know how to write. From simple how-to articles to lengthy nonfiction manuscripts, writers can share knowledge with thousands of readers and help them improve their lives and achieve their own goals through the written word.
Self Employment: If you want to escape the drudgery of a traditional job and the scrutiny of a boss, writing may be just the thing for you. While not everyone possesses the motivation and determination necessary to be successful as a career writer, writing can be a profitable, even lucrative career choice for self-employed individuals. Parenting: Working at home is perfect for many parents who want to stay at home with their children, but may not have the financial resources to do so. With just a computer, telephone, and some writing skill, however, a stay at home parent can easily augment other income or fully support their family with the earning power of their words.