Don’t stop writing! Why it’s important to write every day.
**Becoming a successful writer is not about publishing a book, it’s about becoming a great writer. Publishing a well crafted book is a million times easier than publishing a mediocre one. Make sure you expand your potential by writing everyday.**
Author: Jim Green
Most established authors start out writing on a part time basis and while many go on to make a career of the art form, others find it more convenient to continue writing part time for a number of reasons, including liberty to pursue other interests
WHAT YOU WILL GAIN FROM CONSISTENT APPLICATION
People who make a practice of writing about what they know quickly discover that they know a lot more than they ever imagined about matters they thought they knew little or nothing. Consistent application draws on all three levels of the mind and opens up the labyrinth of the subconscious, providing a steady stream of factual information and hitherto untapped ideas.
You will experience the magic of this phenomenon for yourself if after the first reading of this course you decide to take the plunge and embark on your first major literary assignment.
WHY PERSISTENCE PAYS OFF IN THE END
Persistence pays off in all walks of life because it utilizes innate powers to inject increase in all that you undertake. Once you are clear in your own mind what it is you want to achieve, be prepared to persist until you have accomplished it. There is no point in putting thought, work and effort into developing a plan if you fail to carry it out.
The real achievers in life are those ordinary people who go about their business quietly and efficiently, ticking off each goal on the list as it is accomplished.
Plans don’t just fall into line because progress never just ‘happens’.
You have to make it happen through persistent effort and as you persist you will find that inspiration flows more easily, your command of the project is enhanced and your writing skills improve effortlessly.
About the Author:
JIM GREEN is a bestselling author in the realms of fiction and non-fiction with 37 traditionally published titles to his bow – and more virtual books in distribution than you could shake a stick at…