It can be done, if you know what you're trying to accomplish and you have a template or a formula to follow. Here's an example of what I have often done to create a post in five minutes or less.
Expand on it. Then, reach into your past to find the reality of that lesson in your own life. What did you learn? What would you do differently next time? The example could be from your childhood. It doesn't have to be from the office.
Tick off a few lessons or warnings based on your observations. What should we all know about this insight of yours? What do we need to avoid? What do we need to heed? How will this insight help us be a better (manager, parent, teacher).
Finally, create a headline, find a photo or image that helps convey your message or theme and . . . you're finished. I'm not suggesting you write all of your posts this way. But keep it in mind as a tool for battling the time barriers that often prevent leaders from expanding their influence.
On to the next post.