This week we’re reading Get the Word Out: Write a Book That Makes a Difference by Anne Janzer
Add scheduled writing sessions, show up every day and your finished book is guaranteed.
You control your destiny. What is destiny but the inevitable result of your thoughts and your actions over time?
When I put off my writing with the excuse, “I’m too busy, I’ll write twice as much tomorrow” I heap rocks onto my already growing pile of overwhelm.
Risk being emotionally vulnerable on the page today. Share from your heart. Say whatever comes to mind without self-censorship.
Define your next step and commit to it. Whatever that opportunity is, take action on it immediately.
There is no “perfect” moment. There is only this moment, right now.
Set uncomfortable deadlines that you know you can achieve, but force you to push yourself harder and further each time.
This week we’re reading Empowered: Live Your Life with Purpose and Passion by Vee Kativhu
Your book marketing copy and your book marketing strategy must align with your values and with those of your audience.