What’s Your Give-Up Moment?
There is a point in your writing journey when every author realizes that the next, and only, step is:
Write The Book.
To spend the time, day after day, week after week, to put words on paper.
The learning is over, the doing has started. And yes, through the doing, through the writing, skills are honed, stories are told, and progress is made. After all, you are harnessing the power of mini-goals, right?
But what happens when you feel like you’ve stalled out? Like the finish-line is so far away that you might as well give up?
I get it!
You see, there’s a moment on every backpacking trip where I feel the same way. And it’s always on the way BACK to the truck! It’s the moment when my legs are burning and shaking, I’m hot and sweaty, the backpack has gotten heavier…
It’s the moment when the water in the CamelBak is too warm to be refreshing, (or has run out entirely!), the pick-me-up snacks in my pocket have all been eaten, and my back hurts, my shoulders ache, and my blisters have blisters.
The give-up moment has arrived.
For an author, giving up is a choice. It’s rarely a conscious choice; usually days go by without work on the manuscript. Days turn into weeks, weeks turn into months, and then the dream dies quietly and only guilt and dried up ideas remain.
That’s not what I want for you! And right now, in this week, you’ve got a special opportunity for your writing.
Join me at “Brew Your Book Live: Stop ‘Percolating’ on Your Message and FINALLY Write Your Book” happening April 7-9, 2022, in Prescott, Arizona.
Now, this event is a full FOUR MONTHS (and change) away. So why am I bringing it up now?
Because I’m offering you some amazing Super Early Bird Bonuses that expire tomorrow, December 1, at midnight.