Writing two blog posts every day definitely allowed me to reach this milestone faster. Writing three blog posts every day would help me reach the 2,000th blog post milestone much faster than I am currently projected to reach it. I publish two blog posts every day (that number is not going up), which means I write 730 blog posts every year. Sometime in 2015, I will have written my 2,000th blog post.
We all have milestones that we want to reach. Some of us may want our Kindle eBooks to make 10 sales every day while others may want to have over 10,000 Pinterest followers. It’s great to have a milestone in place. Milestones give us something to strive for.
What we also need to figure out is how we can reach those milestones faster. I would probably have less than 700 blog posts on this blog if I only published one blog post every day. I would still have under 100,000 Twitter followers if I used the same methods I was using back when I only had 10,000 Twitter followers.
The difference between a milestone that gets accomplished and a milestone that remains a memory is the individual in charge. In order to accomplish your milestones, you need to identify a way that you can get there faster. You may be projected to reach 10,000 Twitter followers in two months. Instead of accepting it, ask yourself how you can trim down the time from two months to one month. I thought I would reach 100,000 Twitter followers in my senior year of high school. Now, I will exceed 400,000 Twitter followers at the same time I thought I would be at 100,000. I may even be able to pass the 500,000 milestone before I graduate.
Even though I have trimmed down the time it took for me to amass my Twitter followers, I want to trim it down even more. If I learn how to gain 1,000 Twitter followers every day very soon, I could end up with over 700,000 Twitter followers by the time I get out of high school.
There is always a way to reach a certain milestone faster. When you reach the milestone once, it gradually becomes easier to read other milestones. The 1 billionth tweet was sent out 3 years, 2 months, and 1 day after Twitter was created. Now, Twitter sends the same number of tweets every week.
Twitter really trimmed down the time for that one. Your milestones will happen if you remain dedicated, but you also need to find out how you can make your particular milestone get accomplished faster. Getting that milestone accomplished will make you want more, and as a result, find more ways to trim down your time once you seek another milestone.