Write your way, every day!
Natomic, your go-to place to start forming the writing habit. Set the time for this habit at your convenience. See yourself improve.
Why emphasize building a writing habit?
Writing is a muscle, and it needs to be exercised regularly. It’s like hitting the gym, it will have a profound impact on our success. The more you write, the easier it becomes, the better you are. This skill is built over a period of time. Consciously working for it, daily, slowly.
Ultimate improvement in articulating points well. It helps us put forth our points in a simple and structured way.
Better personal life:
You also witness improved cognitive and emotional health, like reduced stress and anxiety, improved problem-solving skills, etc. It liberates the mind, forming a creative habit.
Improved writing skills benefit both work and personal life.
Writing forces critical thinking, which helps in learning and growth.
What successful people have said about writing
“Writing has been an important exercise to clarify what I believe, what I see, what I care about, what my deepest values are. The process of converting a jumble of thoughts into coherent sentences makes you ask tougher questions.”
“Writing is a skill, not a talent, and this difference is important because a skill can be improved by practice.”
“Writing to me is simply thinking through my fingers.”
Statistics for Writing Habit:
We have collected data from various reports like the one from the 'National Commission on Writing' which surveyed 120 major American corporations; the 'National Association of Colleges and Employers'; and a '2016 survey by Josh Bernoff studying American businesses'.
73% of employers look for writing as a top skill in the workplace.
Two-thirds of employees working in large companies write as part of their job. For service companies that goes up to 80%.
6% expenditure by American businesses for making sense of poor writing material/content.
Let’s start writing. One day, one line.
With Natomic as your co-passenger, you are ready to become a consistent writer.