People assume that extraordinary things are done by individuals who are blessed with natural talent, skill, and talent. Almost all people can do great things if they fully realize their potential. Many of us are capable of providing much more than we normally produce. If you want to pull that potential out of yourself, develop better daily routines. Here are three daily routines of successful writers:
According to E.B. White, a writer who waits for the best conditions under which to write will meet his death without putting a word on paper. E.B. White does not listen to music when working. He writes regularly and work fairy well among usual distractions.
Haruki Murakami believes that repetition is an important thing. When he is in writing mode for a novel, he gets up at 4 a.m. and work for 5-6 hours. He keeps to this routine every day without variation. Holding to such repetition for a long period requires a good amount of physical and mental strength.
When working on a story or a book, Ernest Hemingway writes every morning. At that time, there is no one to disturb him. It might be cold or cool when you sit on your chair in the morning, but it gets warm as you write.