Daily action builds habits. It gives you practice and will make you an expert in a short time. If you don’t break the chain, you’ll start to spot opportunities you otherwise wouldn’t. Small improvements accumulate into large improvements rapidly because daily action provides “compounding interest.”
Skipping one day makes it easier to skip the next.
… and that last line right there — that’s what makes this difficult for me, because I will always find a reason to skip one day. And thus begins the slippery slope. However, having said that, I may just try this technique when I get back into my writing groove.