Sometimes, rage can bring you to achieve your dream.
Use your rage to do it better.
Use your rage to keep going on.
Choose how your rage will influence your life.
Yes, it’s hard.
Yes, sometimes you just can’t do it.
It’s ok to fail. Choose to learn from it.
Do better then next time.
We all have to learn to use our rage to build instead or using it to destroy.
Be a person who is using rage to build.
It’s not about anyone else. It’s all about you.
In our society it’s usually easier to use our rage to destroy. It’s even ok with some people that you use your rage to bring pain around you. Don’t be among those. Be someone who understand that you have the choice to use your rage to build something better.
When you’ll look back, you’ll be proud of those moments. They will be a source of motivation instead of shame.
There’s a ton of information about writing online. You can find thousands of good blog post on the subject, and also a ton of good eBook. If you look on Amazon, you can find a lot of books on the subject.
With all that information available to you, why should I make a post on that subject?
It’s because, I want to share with you what’s on my mind.
I think that you can learn all you want about writing (You can read and read). Nothing is better then doing while learning. You need to write as you learn to make it better.
You can keep on reading about writing. It’s ok to do so. But you need also to do the writing.
I’ll give you some tips:
Develop the habit of writing.
Choose to dedicate time to the actual action of writing.
The best would be to do this every day.
At first, start with 20 minutes. A real 20 minutes where you do nothing else then writing. After 30 days, you can raise that time if you want. Don’t underestimate the amount of writing you can do in 20 minutes a day.
“The desire to write grows with writing.”
– Desiderius Erasmus
Yes, there’s a lot more to do after the creative moment. But if you can manage this part, the rest will be easy.