There’s a simple definition for daily publication: frequently enough that you’re thinking about it every day. When you’ve created the productive obsession we’re seeking with the first challenge of The Expertise Incubator, you’ve succeeded in part of what that first challenge is meant to accomplish.
There’s an even simpler definition: publish something to an email list every day you work.
But both of these definitions don’t really explain some important stuff:
- How can you publish that frequently and keep subscribers interested?
- How can you, the publisher, maintain that kind of cadence while exploring the edges of what you know?
In this TEI Talk, I share some ways to accomplish both of those goals within the practice of daily publication.