Amelia Earhart risked her life flying solo across the Atlantic but, for her, the reward was so huge that the risk to her own life paled into insignificance.
I don’t risk losing my life if I fail to write my book. I do risk psychological and emotional deaths, however small, should I fail to (or refuse to) meet the challenges before me.
Are those risks real? Not for me.
They’re grounded in fear which, for me, means I must do whatever it takes to overcome them because I refuse to let fear rule my life.
If I focus on my fear, I must face the terrifying fact I choose to fail.
My mind can conjure up all manner of fears, if I allow it. Instead, I focus on every positive benefit I might receive.Start Here: Will my book change the life of one person if they buy it, read it and implement my solution to their problem? Click To Tweet
If yes, ask yourself this:
Am I willing to keep that person trapped in their misery and despair because I’m too scared to write and publish my book?
If the answer is no, Fantastic!
We write to serve others.
We write to save others from the misery we endured.
Your answers, I hope, fill you with courage, with purpose, and with passion to save that person – no matter what it takes.
Thank you for sharing your journey!
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