This week, I wrote about writing as your asymmetric opportunity. An opportunity with an asymmetric upside has a small downside risk but a large upside potential.
Here are the 3 ways to make writing your asymmetric opportunity:
1. Write what you love until you love to write.
Become more comfortable writing by writing about low-hanging fruit topics you’re knowledgeable and interested in.
2. Become An Antifragile Writer.
To become an antifragile writer, your goal is to more frequently expose more of your writing to the stresses of the real world.
3. Do Things That Don’t Scale.
Business writing is primarily an asymmetric opportunity because of the people you meet through your writing. Manually reach out to people and share your work.