Why Most Writers Fail

“There are benefits of writing, and some of these benefits — perhaps the most valuable benefits — exist even if you can’t find one single reader.”

The only way to fail as a writer is to stop writing. And yet, that’s exactly what most writers do — especially when they don’t have many readers.

Adam Feil explores this concept and shares three benefits of writing even if you have no readers including that explaining something helps you understand it and that writing helps keep you focused on other people.