Honing raw talent into skill requires hard work, dedication, commitment and a level of tenacity most people never achieve.
Knowledge consistently applied to solve a specific problem over time develops skill.
What’s your work ethic when it comes to writing your book?
You will train yourself to write every day, whether you feel like it or not, and this habit will pay you for the rest of your life.
What about if you tell yourself you love writing? You can’t wait to finally get to your desk so you can begin doing the thing you love, right?
Are you truly committed to writing your book? If yes, have you created a plan for how you will accomplish this?
The more you practice your writing skills, the better you become at them.
If you examine your life honestly, you know you’ve never “thought” your way to success in anything.
When you live in personal integrity with your writing life, all of those worries fall away because you’re doing what you said you would do, when you said you would do it, whether you feel like it or not.
You must get your book in front of the people who are most likely to buy it, read it and be transformed by it.