In 2013, MIT alumni Drew Houston gave the commencement speech to MIT’s graduating class.
Drew is the founder and CEO of Dropbox, an online backup and storage service. I use it every day, and am a Dropbox evangelist.
Drew observed the successful people around him did not just enjoy what they were doing, they were obsessed. Like a dog is with a tennis ball; focused.
A nonfiction writer might want to convey a certain truth in a specific format.
A fiction writer might obsess over POV, or character development.
But like a dog with a tennis ball, you want to be sure that focus does not cause you to ignore other important details or requirements.
What part of the writing experience are you obsessed with?