The Two Articles Per Day Challenge
Blogging isn’t easy, especially if you’re trying to produce quality. One good article could take 10-12 hours to write, edit, tweak, format, post, and pimp out on social media. And pimpin’ ain’t easy, either. Just ask around. James gave daily posting a shot and realized how hard it was. He produces quality posts and that takes time. Life happens. And next thing you know – there’s no time to post.
The Math Adds Up
Nomadic Hustle is brand new. It’s my baby. I’ve been fighting some health issues, but I’m starting to turn the corner. It’s time for me to take things up a notch. It’s time for me to build my business. It’s time for me to build YOU, INC. That’s what Nomadic Hustle is for me.
I mentally masturbated on creating a number of smaller sites. Niche sites. I threw those ideas to the wind. This is my only writing project (although I do have one niche site completed and a drop shipping store in the works). It’s time to go all in. It’s time to make or break.
From a mathematical standpoint, I plan to post twice a day for a year. That adds up to a little over 700 posts in one year. And that’s a lot I realize a few days I’ll be sick, or on an airplane, on a bus, or spending time with families around the holidays. Every other day – two posts. 700 in a year. From September 10th to September 10th.
Now, some of the content will be varied. I’ll be posting:
- Blog articles
- YouTube videos
P.S.: Y’all are going to like The Hustler’s Anthem 😉
As Wu-Tang Financial taught us:
How I’ll Make It Work
Routine. Routine. Routine. It’s impossible to be productive without a routine. For me. Fuck that starving artist shit, no schedule, creative stuff. I’ve done that. I end up drinking way too much wine and pursuing romantic endeavors more than any sane man should.
Posting two articles on Nomadic Hustle will be the first thing I do each and every day. No getting swole. No mentally masturbating on Airbnb. No breakfast. Honestly, who the fuck eats breakfast these days anyway?! Coffee, coconut oil, and creation is how I’ll start my day.
What Will You Do?
It’ll be a challenge. I know that. I plan to implement Will’s organizational system into my life to ensure success. Failure is not an option. I will produce over 700 pieces of content in the next year. What will you do? How will you improve your life? There’s no time like NOW.