The Writers’ Attitude

Every adversity carries with it the seed of an equivalent or greater benefit.

Who said that? Napoleon Hill said it.

Why? You may ask.

I guess that it’s because he came to the realization that everything happens for a reason.

Nothing just happens on Earth

In this universe of ours, we are always in a state of motion (at least the laws of Physics have told us so).

Whenever we chase our dreams or choose to take a particular action, we will be faced with tough choices if all we want to do is something worthwhile.

As for writing…

A Writer’s Path to Greatness is Tough

Yes you heard me right.

A writer’s path to greatness is tough.

But the good part about his (or her) journey is in the process of transformation.

  • The writer must learn to be disciplined and to discipline himself.
  • The writer must learn to evaluate his strengths and weakness.
  • The writer must learn how to leverage on the strengths of other experts in a healthy way.
  • The writer must be a learner for life.
  • The writer must create time to read in this noisy world.
  • The writer must create time to meditate alone.
  • The writer must learn how to resist the urge of wasting excess hours roaming the net in the name of research.

Tis’ a good thing.

To sum it all up, every challenge serves the writer. Now that’s an attitude that betters all writers.

~ PBW

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