How many writers are more concerned about how many words they have written in the course of a day, month or year rather than what they have sold or published. True, creating the product is important, but a story in a drawer or a manuscript on a shelf means little unless it is out there for consumption.
Many writing instructors stress the churning of verbage each day, as if we would forget how to type or hold a pencil, or howmto take the top off a pen if we skip a day.
Quality over quantity. Revise. Cut. Prune. And get it published.
The true measure of a writer is not some arbitrary counting of words, it is how those words are strung and what impact they have on a reader.