Conquer Your Writing Dreams: Sail Beyond Your Comfort Zone

A ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for. -William Shedd

A ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.

-William Shedd

This quote emphasizes the importance of taking risks and stepping outside your comfort zone so you can achieve your full potential.

The idea of staying inside your comfort zone – that safe, sheltered place where your dreams go to die – may bring a sense of security, but it stops you from growing, progressing and maturing as a writer.

Ships are designed to venture out into the wide open ocean and face every possible challenge the sea can throw at it.

Like the ship leaving the harbor, you and I are meant to leave safety and security of our comfort zone so we can overcome every obstacle life can throw at us. Click To Tweet

Because then (and only then) can we face all the obstacles and challenges of our journey down Publication Highway and overcome them all.

If I can encourage you to do one thing, let me encourage you to step out of your safe harbor, step out of your comfort zone, and do the thing that scares you.

Write your book.

Publish your book.

Then market your book like your life depends upon it.

If you know in your heart you need to write your book – even if you’ve tried and failed before – then grab onto your courage. Take the first step forward so you can turn your dream of writing a book into your published reality.

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  • Christopher di Armani

    Empowering non-fiction authors - just like you - so you can turn your dream of writing a book into your published reality. Yes, you really can go from blank page to finished first draft to published book, with ease.

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