The lesson I see in this supports my own approach to writing. Write what you want to read. Trust your heart. Take your time when you write. Don't let contests to pour out words make you a "fast food" writer. This is your creation. Honor it. Don't try to imitate someone else's method they insist is the only way to write.
Have you ever noticed that the most well-known painters are those who blazed their own trail? They may fall into the same style of painting, such as impressionism, but they have their own creative style that is recognizable. As a writer I believe you must do the same if you want to express your uniqueness as a writer.
Some writers use a formula to write because their writing is more about making money, which is fine. However, if you are writing to express your creativity, I return to my original statement: Write what you want to read. Trust your heart.