When I'm avoiding work by browsing the Internet, I can find dogmatic statements concerning just about any writing speed you want to name. They range from "You're not a REAL writer unless you produce umpteen thousand words a day like ME," to, "Anyone who produces more than one book a year is shallow, careless, and just cranking out words mechanically."
I'd like to propose a new standard.
(1) Anyone who averages fewer words a day than I do is just a hobbyist who will never amount to anything.
(2) Anyone who averages more words a day than I do is just a hack writer who will never amount to anything.
There! Something we can all agree on.