The most successful people all have certain habits in their daily routines. These habits help contribute to their success and can be considered good habits to form for yourself.
Whether you are a new or seasoned writer, odds are you have come to a point in your writing journey where the magic seems to just run out and you get writer’s block.
For example, have you ever faced a creative block that’s preventing you from seeing the development of a story, or even being able to start writing? Or did your ideas seem to have disappeared or have any new ones rendered creatively useless?
When you master yourself, you can succeed at anything.
The key to mastering your thoughts and actions is developing self-discipline.
Did you know the most successful people have gotten to where they are today because they have learned to practice self-discipline?… Read more
When you are faced with a problem, how do you go about solving it? Do you let it overwhelm you, or do you flex your problem-solving muscles and figure out the best solution?
People who throw themselves at their problems or allow themselves to be overwhelmed often become frantic and confused. They usually end up taking a haphazard approach to thinking, and then they are amazed when they find themselves floundering and making no progress.… Read more
The power of positive thinking is remarkable.
In fact, the idea that your mind can change your world almost seems too good to be true.
I can assure you, however, that I have experienced AND witnessed the good that having a positive mindset can bring.
The process of thinking and talking about what you want and how to get it actually makes you feel happier and in greater control of your life.
And when you feel in control of your life, you start to believe in yourself more and boost your confidence. … Read more
To be successful, you know you need to set goals, but actually reaching goals is where the real work starts.
If you have tried and fallen short of your objectives in the past, it’s easy to get discouraged; maybe you’ve started to wonder if you are the kind of person who can reach goals easily or if goals are even worth setting.
Do you struggle to be productive and get the work done that will enable you to reach your goals?
Maybe you tend to scroll social media when you should be working. Maybe you’re drowning because you underestimated the scope of a project. Or maybe you aren’t doing much work because you think there’s no need to rush–you have all week, month, or year long to finish.
If these situations sound familiar, you may have fallen prey to Parkinson’s Law.