Rise Above the Rest: Cultivate a Legendary Writing Work Ethic

Most look up and admire the stars. A champion climbs a mountain and grabs one. -Anonymous

Most look up and admire the stars. A champion climbs a mountain and grabs one.


I love reading biographies of successful people for the lessons they teach me about the definition of success.

It’s never about the money. Money is the byproduct of their relentless pursuit of excellence.

Michael Jordan’s desire to be the best basketball player he could be turned him into a 6-time NBA champion.

He climbed his mountain, grabbed his star and, in doing so, he lifted up an entire team to the pinnacle of basketball success.

Jerry Rice is a three-time Superbowl champion whose relentless pursuit of personal excellence turned him into one of the greatest wide receivers to ever play the game.

They worked harder than anyone else – not just on their team – but in their entire sport.

This legendary work ethic is exemplified by this quote from Jerry Rice.

“Today I will do what other’s won’t, so tomorrow I will do what others can’t.”

You’re a writer.

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Are you willing to do whatever it takes today to write your book so that, tomorrow, you can do what most authors can’t?

If you are, then I want to work with you. I want to support you in every step of your journey down Publication Highway so you can turn your dream of writing your book into your published reality.

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