This lesson is about a ‘productivity’ tip that I stumbled upon this week that I’ve started using and it’s really helping me.
So What’s The 500 Club?
I came across this concept and the term on the website of a writer and writing teacher called Randy Ingermanson.
Ingermanson talks about one of the biggest problems writers have is having a bottleneck in producing first draft copy – or in laymen’s terms getting words on paper.
His solution is to join ‘the 500 Club.’
How Do You Join The 500 Club? And What Are The Benefits?
There’s no real club called The 500 Club – though maybe there should be. Instead it’s an idea – and what you do is you commit to writing 500 words a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year. And so on.
If you did that, you’d produce approximately 180,000 words a year.