Day 81: Small Achievements Serve As Motivation To Persevere

Small Achievements Serve As Motivation To Persevere -Anonymous

Small Achievements Serve As Motivation To Persevere

-Anonymous

This quote describes a beautiful principle in action.

When I take care of the small things, the big things take care of themselves.

This perseverance also helps us become the person for whom this success is ordinary, normal and natural for our life.

If you’ve never written a book before, realize right now that you will be a different person when your book is published than you are today. 

You must – MUST – become someone new in order to turn this dream into reality.

You must learn new skills, plumb new depths of courage, and push well outside your comfort zone.

All of these steps will change you. How could they not?  And as you grow into this new version of yourself, the possibilities for your life will expand exponentially.


The easiest way to accomplish any worthy dream, such as writing and publishing a non-fiction book, is to break down the process into small, actionable steps with deadlines.

I call this process “designing your Roadmap for Author Success.”

Then, work hard to complete every small step of your roadmap, because every small step is another psychological win that inevitably leads to a big success – your published book.

If you’re unsure how to design your Roadmap for Success, it’s not too late to learn!

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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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