There are times when I write that I am tired. My body is tired, my brain is tired; I know that I have little in the tank. Yet, I have learned that the key to having this be valuable time lies not in what I produce, but in my consistency, and in my staying connected to my work. Sometimes when I am tired, I don't really work on an article or book project, I just write about topics or ideas in which I am interested. Sometimes, it leads to nothing. Yet other times, I am surprised by what are seeds of future articles or projects. I have learned to write, and to the best of my ability. let go of the results. Process beats outcome, when provided with great consistency.