This post is inspired by this one, called: Top 5 Beliefs of Fearless Writers: How Would Your Writing Change If You Were Fearless?
This is how I need to think about my writing, especially with regard to the non-fiction book that’s going to be published soon: Social Anxiety Revealed.
BELIEF 1: ‘I know that the right people will embrace my work at the right time.’
Not everyone will agree with everything I say. That’s not a problem.
BELIEF 2: ‘It is OK for people to see the true me; the essence that helps others connect to my message, my story, my characters.’
You’re going to see a lot of me in this book. I’ll live with that.
BELIEF 3: ‘I love and accept all aspects of myself.’
BELIEF 4: ‘I choose to be the best possible version of me in all that I do and know that I have something of value to share.’
Readers will gain from reading the book. That’s why I wrote it.
BELIEF 5: ‘Success is who I am.’
This book will go far.
Thank you, Trina J. Stacey. I should live my life by those beliefs, but that’s harder to accomplish.
Do you live by those beliefs, or at least write by them?