The Efficiency Hack To Make Your Content Easier To Blog
This post is about one simple hack that you will skyrocket your productivity and will make it incredibly easier to write and publish on a regular basis.
Today is about the simple things.
It's a Sunday evening, all across America people are stretching out preparing for the week ahead. Daily Savings Time (DST) was last night, so many are probably a little groggy and tired from losing an hour of sleep.
But that fatigue won't change for the week ahead. See, not only do we "gain more sunlight" with DST, we also get sleep deprived. Losing an hour of sleep, and disrupting your circadian rhythm can take a week or more to adjust.
Ask any traveler who travels through multiple time-zones. Internationally it would take you a few days just to even get into a rhythm sleeping. A week and you're just starting to regain your sense of self and sleep.
With that in mind, this article is about one simple hack you can make that will help ease any content creation demands.
On a blog called VideoFruit, I stumbled on a post that talked about a hack the author uses to write incredibly lengthy posts in less time.
The author discusses how he uses a simple process to make lengthy content in quick fashion.
I've shortened the steps by 1, and you can source the information in the original article by clicking THIS LINK.
- Outline and Plan your content
- Use a voice recorder and discuss your outline in detail
- Transcribe your content as a post
- Doctor it up a little, or as the author says, pretty it up
Pretty simple and useful I think.
Whelp, that's about it. Until next time.