We hear a great many "you shoulds" when we are learning a new skill, or trying to improve an old one. How much "should" we listen to these "shoulds"? What do we do if somehow something does not "resonate" with us?
This is a tough one. One one hand, we don't know what we don't know. We seek advice, in this case about writing and publishing, because we want to be more successful at each. On the other hand, there are times when we know that a specific piece of advice just does not fit with who we are, and how we work.
To me, it is about balancing trying something new with honoring what we know about ourselves. Some people are very resistant, for example, to the notion that daily writing is essential. They assert that they really need large blocks of time to write, and that small blocks of time each day would not work for them, or is not appropriate for the type of work they do.
To this I ask- what would be the cost to try? What would you lose if you tried this method (or most other suggestions) for a couple of weeks?
Try new behaviors when it comes to your writing and publishing practices- most will not hurt you. If nothing else, by learning what does not work for you, you may discover a new method that does.