Many years of training and quite a bit of time at my hands
Actually, it's not as much as it sounds. In the NaNo-session in November you'd write 50k, that's 1667 words per day (I always found that that sounds much more managable ) . So I'm just writing 3334 words every day and then I end up at 100k at the end of the month.
And somehow I have a weird love for doing statistics even though I can't handle numbers and actually don't know anything about statistics. So I'm writing down how much I write every day and then add it to what I had the days before and check if something is missing (like, I also have some bad days where I don't get the 3k done) and then I just write a bit more the following day or days.
And after I did that long enough, hitting 100k wasn't that bad anymore. I also tried writing 4k every day but that's still a little too much. It works in some months but not in all of them so I guess I'll keep that as a goal for later
I mean I do want to become a full-time novelist one day so I should try and start as early as possible, shouldn't I?