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I wanted to share this piece here. It feels relevant to some good discussions recently with @danicaswanson @les @markmcclure.eth and others about writing pace—the virtues and benefits of going fast or slow. https://open.substack.com/pub/countercraft/p/on-productivity
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I think this is broadly right. Writers have different temperaments. The work is to figure out your particular: - Voice - Genre - Scale - Pace The first two are widely discussed. The last two less so.
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I'm in the "need to spend a long time to produce great work" camp, which doesn't get as much fanfare as the productivity gurus. But it's more than that: it's also that I just enjoy it more when I proceed slowly and think things through at leisure. Even for casts! https://warpcast.com/danicaswanson/0xf048e14c
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Any creative process is affected by external stimuli. The relationship between the stimulus and the writer impacts speed, flow, productivity, and of course, output.
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Great piece. Wrote on the same idea 2 weeks ago. My take: only 20% of work is actual output. It should be measured a bit differently. https://sceneswithsimon.com/p/on-being-prolific
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Please read 'daily rituals' by Mason currey. Horses for courses.
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How do I like this more than once?
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Well said. Most of the artworks I intentionally ‘rushed’ to complete did not age well whilst every work I created with patience feels timeless
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