I'm ill. It's not stopping me from writing my 200WAD entry, but I am struggling with what to write. It's good to power through and stick with a habit even when you don't feel like it.
I'm trying to take this mindset into many things that I do.
This reminds me of a great interview with Simon Sinek. I love this guy. He is the person behind "Start With Why" amongst over things that I can't vouch for - but including "Find Your Why", "The Infinite Game" and "Together is Better", all of which you can find on Amazon.
I think starting with why is incredibly important. Many people just make things for the sake of making things, which is amazing for learning. However, when making thing to sell to a user, a why is more important than a lot of people consider. Many of the great makers we know have a purpose, whether they tap into it or not.
@basilesamel built 200WAD to encourage people to form a writing habit, but it's clear that he built the platform to encourage himself to form a writing habit and start a community that will keep him accountable - and maybe make him some money ;) (Tell me if I'm wrong!)