Before you start writing your book, you need to ask yourself this one question:
Why am I writing a book?
If the answer is anything at all like, “So-and-so said I SHOULD write a book” or “I’ve gotten to the point where I feel like I SHOULD write a book” then STOP.
Do not write a book.
But if the answer is anything along the lines of:
- I’m not reaching enough people and I need to get out there in a bigger way!
- I can’t WAIT to share my message!
- I want to help more people!
- I love writing!
- A book can help people while I’m sleeping!
Then it’s time for you to write your book.
The difference is between an external force telling you that you should write a book (heavy energy) and an internal force saying, “if I don’t get to write this book, I’m gonna explode!” (light energy.)
Inspiration waxes and wanes but if you aren’t inspired at all to write a book – don’t.
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