You control what you think. Yes, even if you abdicate that responsibility.
You control your time. Yes, even if you procrastinate.You control your destiny. What is destiny but the inevitable result of your thoughts and your actions over time? Click To Tweet
Every success in life comes at a cost. It may be financial, emotional, intellectual or spiritual, but success requires that we pay a price.
Whatever your fear is around writing, its foundation is self-protection. It wants to keep you safe from perceived danger.
That worked great in the days of saber-toothed tigers, but it doesn’t serve you today. It prevents you from achieving your dreams.
Acknowledge your fear. It’s a natural emotion. Thank it for trying to keep you safe and send it on its way.
Then courageously step out of your comfort zone and do what scares you.
Complete that next section of your outline.
Schedule your writing sessions on your calendar.
Write that next page of your book.
Second Timothy 1:7 says your fear is a bogeyman.
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.“
Yes, it’s scary to put yourself out into the world, but that’s the only way you can make the impact you know you were born for.
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