Thanks to this task I understood that have a jotter at your bag is really useful. During conversation or working process you can suddenly come up with the great idea and the most important is to write it down.
“After focus, the next most important thing for a novelist is, hands down, endurance. If you concentrate on writing three or four hours a day and feel tired after a week of this, you’re not going to be able to write a long work. What’s needed of the writer of fiction—at least one who hopes to write a novel—is the energy to focus every day for half a year, or a year, or two years.”
– Haruki Murakami