1. You’ll turn some people off because they don’t want that much content.
2. You’ll attract a larger audience because you’ll have more of your ideas out in the world.
3. You’ll express more of who you are.
4. Your posts will be shorter.
5. You’ll have less regret about not publishing enough.
6. You’ll write about a greater variety of topics.
7. You’ll offer more encouragement for others
8. You’ll equip more people to take action.
9. More ideas will come to mind.
10. You’ll have more clarity.
11. You’ll build a stronger bond with those who follow your daily writing.
12. You’ll get more traffic to your site.
13. You’ll get in more conflict with people that disagree with your perspective.
14. People will say you’re trying to be like Seth Godin.
15. You will have more content to share with people who ask for help.
16. You will build more authority in your field of interest.
17. You’ll grow your audience.
18. You’ll gain more discipline.
19. You’ll have more launch points to develop ideas from.
20. You’ll fight the fear of running out of ideas.
21. You’ll find out if that fear is real or imagined.
I’m gonna go for it. You?