Sometimes it’s better to set big, lofty goals and to go as far as you can toward achieving them than it is to set safe, pedestrian goals that are easy to accomplish.
When you decide to do something for your business, start with the end in mind. What is the end result you hope to achieve? Let that inform you each step of the way. It sounds obvious, but it’s something that so many writers overlook.
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One of the things that can keep you from diving into a project is the need for certainty. Whether you’re thinking about writing a book or launching a new marketing campaign or doing work for a client, we all have a desire to know (control) the outcome. What do you do when that isn’t possible?
It’s good to pause along your journey from time to time and evaluate where you’re at, what’s working, and what isn’t. And sometimes in that process you’ll discover the need for choosing a new niche. Tracy shares her own experience with this in her latest Reality Blog.
Ready to get serious about your writing business? In this Reality Blog, Tracy shares some good news, and then gives you an inside look at her evaluation of what she needs to do better and her specific plans for making it happen.
Watching the Olympics can inspire you as a writer. The qualities and actions that get an Olympian to the podium are similar to what will propel you to success. Learn how to develop that winning mentality.