• Richard Avery

Why write every day?

It’s a lot of work. It’s time-consuming. It detracts from more valuable work.

Or does it?

Writing regularly has been some of my most valuable work in recent years. The act of turning thoughts and ideas into data is an incredible value-adding transformation.

It makes those ideas memorable, but maybe more importantly, sharable.

Once it’s turned into data, we can edit it, tweak it, send it and post it, and millions of others can do the same.

The simple act of riffing on an idea for a few minutes, and importantly, turning it into data, can be incredibly valuable and time well spend every day.

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