“Why should you write your book idea? “
Have you ever thought about writing a book?
As I begin to work on my book, ideas start to fly to my mind like butterflies that flutter in the mornings around my garden when I look for early inspiration to start my day. Everyone should write a book!
Only two get around to doing it for every hundred people who say they will write a book. People think that writing a book is complex and too complicated or unsuccessful.
That’s why I woke up early today, leaving aside my writing this morning because there is nothing that I can’t forgive if these letters are going to alter the inspiration to encourage you towards to take the first step:
We need a reason to make things happen. If you need to take this article as a signal to jump in your first book’s journey, write these reasons on a piece of paper and repeat it every day to start changing your mindset.
. Opportunity to write about a subject that you like, or you create from your imagination.
. You could contribute to other people’s lives mindfully.
. It is a way of self-realization and connecting with your real emotions.
. It’s a project that may take some time, but that will keep you shaping your skills until you reach your final goal.
. A book will open new doors and horizons in your life and give you tremendous credibility.
. Writing a book is one of the most significant challenges because it allows you to grow personally and spiritually.
. Your first book will mark a before and after in your story.
. You will end up knowing yourself better at the end of writing your book.
. Your work will remain.
“Ideas to create the right environment to start writing your book I call mine.”
Rituals and work habits change from one individual to another, but I thi crucial to have practice when you start thinking about writing, especially if you are a new writer. But this also applies to everyone passionate about the art of letters.
Writers Habits & Rituals
. Set up a schedule for your writing time and take yourself seriously.
. Stay away from distractions, turn off your phone, your tv, and everything that can get in the middle of you and your daily writing.
. Keep water and snacks close to your writing space to avoid getting cut up in the kitchen.
. Light a candle and incense drink some coffee or tea to set the mood.
. Put some tunes that can make you feel inspired.
. Remember why you start writing that will keep your motivation going.
. Listen to a podcast while you’re setting your workspace.
P.S. “You own everything that happened to you.”
Write that book! There will never be a better time than right now!