In order to be amazing at something, a guy or gal must practice at it every single day.
So, how exactly do you practice copywriting?
From what I gather, the best way to improve is to put together a product, market it, and test the living Christ out of everything.
But what kind of daily habits could make a great copywriter?
What would be your routine if you only had an hour a day to practice?
Would you read 10 minutes worth of a book, write headlines for 20 minutes, and then write copy for a random item in your house for the remaining 30?
And then spend 20 minutes the following day sending it to copywriters you've reached out to on LinkedIn for critique, before spending the remaining 40 on headlines?
Or would you just read for the whole hour, every single day?
Would it be dependent on where your career was?
Let's brew some ideas.
Bottom line question: if you had an hour a day to practice copywriting, what would be the most effective way to use that time to improve?