Writing every day is simply the easiest and fastest way to write your book.
Yet it’s what you do when nobody is watching that determines who you are (your character) and how you perform when everyone is watching.
Keep your word to yourself. Persevere, even when it’s hard and your published book is guaranteed.
This week we’re reading Do the Hard Things First: How to Win Over Procrastination and Master the Habit of Doing Difficult Work by Scott Allan
This week we’re reading The War of Art by Stephen Pressfield
Diligence, it’s been said, is the mother of good luck. Luck is largely the result of your work ethic.
When we focus on our hopes and dreams to the exclusion of building a plan to turn those dreams into reality, we’re living on Someday Island.
Writing a non-fiction book is a wonderful goal but, in and of itself, that goal isn’t of much use.
You need to know the HOW.