Don’t doubt yourself, but if you doubt yourself then don’t doubt me when I tell you—you can do this, and you can do a great job. Yes, writing a book is hard, but you can do hard things. When something is hard, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible.
However, if it’s going to get done, it’s up to you. Nobody is going to write this book for you or force you to write it.
If you want to be successful, you have to take 100% responsibility for everything that you experience in your life. – Jack Canfield
You already took responsibility when you opened this workbook. You’ll continue to take responsibility every time you read this workbook, work on your book, and take a step toward becoming a published author. Follow the steps and you’ll get there.
It’s hard to express how satisfying it is when someone you don’t know reaches out and says “I read your book and loved it! It’s really helping me.” Hearing that just one time makes it all worth it, but you’ll hear it more than once. When you’re tempted to give up on your book, think of the people who will thank you for your book once it’s published.
Your book will pay off not just in the impact it has on readers, but on your business and your bottom line. You’re about to discover the power of a book to take your marketing to new heights.