Unsolicited, a guy shared with me in Central Park, "I'm a writer!" When I asked him what he had written, he replied, "Nothing yet."
Relatedly, K. M. Weiland advised, "Write every day that you can. [...] Don’t look for validation. Trust yourself," which shows that there may be a negative correlation between seeking validation and writing (prolifically).
In other words, as the amount of validation one seeks increases, does that correlate to a decrease in page counts?
Regardless of the strength of the correlation, one should avoid writing to be validated. Instead, as we previously posted, one may want to write for one or more of the following reasons:
1. Write to inspire by spreading (positive ideas)
2. Write to avoid ennui and depression
3. Write to increase tenacity slash self-control
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