Day Twenty-Nine || Take Inventory of Where You’re At

Summary: You made it to the end .Now let’s see how far you’ve come.  Exercise: List where you were at with your writing habits (And Habits in general) before you started the challenge. In the right column, list where you’re at now. At the start of the challenge: Could only walk ½ mile before getting … Continue reading Day Twenty-Nine || Take Inventory of Where You’re At

Day Twenty-Four || Experiment and Prove it to Yourself

Summary:  This whole chapter is about “if you put something out into the universe, you’ll get it back ten fold.” You know, Law of Attraction.  Exercise: Create an experiment to help change an old belief and prove something to yourself. Set a specific timeframe (30 days or less recommended). And then do the experiment during … Continue reading Day Twenty-Four || Experiment and Prove it to Yourself

Day Twenty- Three || Stop the Comparisons, Like Now

Summary: Everyone plays the comparison games. It’s human nature to look at how far our friends and colleagues are and think “I should be as far as them” and we ignore all the progress that we have made. Exercise: Grab your journal and write about how, when and, most importantly, why you compare yourself. And … Continue reading Day Twenty- Three || Stop the Comparisons, Like Now

Day Twelve || Fight for your limitations and they’re yours

Summary: All the negative thoughts in your head, like 'writers are broke' and 'you can't make money as a writer' are limiting beliefs that we're put into our heads early on and tend to hold us back from achieving our goals but if you think positive and put positive beliefs into the world that will … Continue reading Day Twelve || Fight for your limitations and they’re yours