“I feel the words coming in. They keep pouring in on and on.”
That’s the writer’s experience.
It doesn’t matter how you feel about it. Just let the words flow on to your blank page or screen.
They don’t argue about it. They may feel bad about editing it later but that’s for that – editing is for later and not now.
For now, just write. That’s a writer’s experience.
What is it that you want to do? If it’s bigger than you, then you’ll need courage to win.
With courage you’ll win big.
Stop trying to be like others. Just fill your mind with life-giving thoughts that improve your health and joy.
In this way as you continue, you’ll notice that the goodness in you will overflow and spill out into the life of others.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a veteran writer or newbie blogger, courage is a necessary ingredient to how people with big tasks won in the past. And it’s how everyone with mega plans would win in future.
Have you ever done something and got a tiny win?
A tiny win is that little result you get from the effort you put into what you’re doing.
For writers, your tiny win could be writing fifty words in the morning. For bloggers, it could be writing your next sub-section or paragraph in that guest-post.
Whatever it is that you do, recognising and being happy with your tiny win is very important to your career success.
It shows progress.
It also tells your brain’s cognitive centre that what you are doing is truly rewarding.
It is what will keep you motivated to do your work even when the going gets tough.
Little drops make an ocean!
Little plans make a mega plan!!
Little drops will make your ocean!!!
The 80/20 rule works with this too.
Take action today. And don’t give up on your dreams.