I'm convinced that the manifestation of our reality is largely due to our thoughts. As Dr. Eric Thomas says, "Where your mind goes your energy flows." If we think were failures, we'll fulfill the prophecy and fail. If we believe we'll be defeated, defeat will follow us. But on the contrary,
if we believe can win, we will win.
Most of the time, being a winner is simply having a winning mindset. Show up, compete, not give up, and not accept anything less than what you set out to accomplish.
So, what does this have to do with a writing journey? Plenty. In the previous post, I explained how listening to other people and being distracted by others' work will have us believing that we're not doing things right. We'll get boxed into an ideology that there is only one method to reach a goal. Newsflash: It's not.
I refuse to lose this year. Yes, I'm still going to integrate the Launch a Bestseller course by Tim Grahl into my efforts, and I will not allow myself to get sidetracked by what everybody else is doing. Winners find a way to win. No more saying "next year I'll do this."
You don't have to wait to win. Take the necessary steps to move forward, and whatever you do believe you will win.