FREE Writing Teleseminar Thursday, March 13th, 7 pm Eastern. Go here to sign up: http://artoflivinghappy.com/3-tragic-truths-sign-up/
- Who are you to think you can write a book?
- Who cares what you have to say?
- How will you ever finish something that will be more than 300 pages long?
- Nobody is going to publish the thoughts of some unknown person.
- Are you sure you want to spend years writing, only for the manuscript to languish in a drawer somewhere (or on your computer)?
Most new writers have experienced this negative talk, either from themselves or from others. We come up with all the reasons we can’t or shouldn’t or won’t write, when we must focus on the can, should and will. All you need is a few tools.
To quote Marianne Williamson: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, ‘Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?’ Actually, who are you not to be?”
If you haven’t noticed, we’re getting to some sort of apocalyptic turning point on the planet, and we don’t have time to waste with all of this self-doubt.
The Art of Storytelling (www.artofstorytellingonline.com) is partnering with the Art of Living Happy (http://artoflivinghappy.com) for a FREE Writing Teleseminar Thursday, March 13th. Go here to sign up: : http://artoflivinghappy.com/3-tragic-truths-sign-up/. Join us and we’ll help give you all the reasons you can, will and should write and get published.
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