Finding Your Voice | zen habits

Just writing may not be so hard, but writing with your voice is harder.

Leo Babauta of Zen Habits had a good list:

  • Write a lot.
  • Experiment boldly.
  • Learn to hear yourself.
  • Getting that voice from your head to the virtual paper.
  • Find what feels true.
  • Find clarity.
  • Remove the noise.
  • Use your voice.

He lists the reasons why he uses his voice. Some of them are:

I write of simplicity in a world that’s needlessly complicated.
I write of minimalism to stem the tide of consumerism.
I write of contentment because too many feel a lacking.

via Finding Your Voice | zen habits.