Oftentimes creators want to publish but they don’t do it because of imposter syndrome or due to fear of being judged.
The best way to do this is to not get into the trap of perfection. Because early in your journey no one will read what you publish, except your mom. In such times, commit to the process of creating and publishing to a schedule.
Commit to the schedule you make. To make sure that you don’t deviate from it, add accountability to then mix. Tell the world that you’ll publish a blog post or a new video once every week. Then stick to it.
I committed to publishing a blog post a day. As a result, over the past couple of years, I have published 500+ blog posts in a row, in as many days.
James Clear did that for a few years and created a huge community around his writing in the process. It also paved the way for him to become a NYT bestselling author.
Link your writing to something big that motivates you, a book, or a business project. Create a marketing plan to get more people to read what you write. An audience is a big reason to write and publish because you don’t want to disappoint them.
Find out your role models. Even if you follow them for a short while only. Seek out other writers who have done what you want to do. And ask them what makes them tick.