The “What” we must do is well known. That’s not the issue.
Doing the work… that’s the issue.
Think about your very best writing sessions. Weren’t they filled with passion and purpose? Didn’t the words flow effortlessly from your mind to the page?
To achieve dreams we’ve never accomplished before, like writing the first draft of a book, we must take risks we’ve never dared take before.
Our thoughts control our decisions and actions, therefore our thoughts control our lives.
We can do anything we choose to do.
To write a book or accomplish any other lofty goal in life, we must do the uncomfortable thing. We must step outside our comfort zone.
Too often, we stay in soul-killing jobs because we can’t see any other option. Or we fail to do the thing we most want to do because we’re afraid.
So we do things we don’t want to do because it’s “safe” even if we despise it.
I love deadlines. The closer they get, the harder I work to meet them because I know my goal is waiting for me on the other side of the deadline. But not everyone feels the same way.
We don’t turn our dreams into reality by working really hard one day and doing nothing for six days.
We turn our dreams into reality by working our plan, our Roadmap for Success, daily.
To learn more about designing your detailed Roadmap for Success so you can write and publish your non-fiction book this year, schedule your no-cost “How to Turn My Dreams Into Reality” clarity call with me.
If you refuse to even try, you’ve failed yourself and, worse, you’ve failed all those people your book could help if you dared take that next step to write and publish your book.