Day 31: Confucius – It Does Not Matter How Slowly You Go

It Does Not Matter How Slowly You Go As Long As You Do Not Stop -Confucius

It Does Not Matter How Slowly You Go As Long As You Do Not Stop

Confucius

It’s important to make daily progress with your book.

Daily progress increases your self-confidence.

Daily progress delivers small “wins” that build a chain of success.

When you build a chain of small, daily successes, completing your book is inevitable.

I love taking on tasks that are “inevitably successful.”

A daily writing habit is a small win that helps build your personal chain of success.

Say it out loud.

“My published book is inevitable because of my small daily wins.”

Better yet, say it out loud while you’re looking in a mirror. This helps the idea sink in deeply.

Anchor your daily writing sessions in this mantra.

Every time you sit down to begin a writing session, say, “”My published book is inevitable because of my small daily wins.”

Feels great, doesn’t it?

Yes, even if your daily writing sessions are only 15 minutes long. 

As your daily success chain grows, so will your excitement for your finished and published book.  Seemingly out of nowhere you’ll “find” all kinds of extra time to devote to writing.

That’s a beautiful thing!

Author

  • 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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