Do more – Write less

Something occurred to me today that is likely quite obvious to seasoned professionals but I really never gave it much thought. Over the past few years I have started numerous website projects. They usually are a significant undertaking and require lots of time to complete(seems like I rarely finish them). The thing I realized is that on each one I always start from scratch. When I have an idea to make a website I will create a brand new text document and start from building from there. I never save a template or code snippets to reuse. I have to reinvent the wheel every time and it is taking me a lot of time.

My Idea is that I need to start reusing some of my code and writing/developing it in such a way that my work can be useful for other projects. I think it may take a bit more effort initially to do this, however in the long run it could save me countless hours. I am positive that as soon as my current project is completed (hopefully I will finish it someday)I will just come up with yet another one to start. If I already have some of the building blocks ready to go this greatly increase the odds of me finishing and decrease the amount of time it will take. In the end I hope this will enhance my ability to monetize my various online efforts. I think the best place to archive some of these snippets is right here on my blog. I am almost positive that closely follows this blog yet, but if there is or when you do come (hopefully) you can expect to see some of my templates and code snippets coming. Best of all is I intend to release them all free to use for any reason.

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