When do we know that it’s good enough to publish?
- When there’s no spelling mistakes left.
- When the text is telling all that is needed. This means, you find someone to read your book and tell you if they understood what it’s all about.
- When you feel that you have done your best.
When you reach the point where you feel that you have done your best, the next step is to submit it.
Remember, when you submit, you put your book into the hands of someone else. They’ll read it and choose if this book would be a good investment. This doesn’t mean your book is not worth publishing, it just means that this person doesn’t want to take a risk on it.
All you need to do, is find someone who will be ready to take a risk with your book.
Don’t give up!
“If you think you have an interesting story, you probably do. All it takes is a good writer to bring forward the interest, the emotions and the characters – to bring it to life.”
– David Leonhardt
Do you have a good enough reason to climb?
“It’s lonely at the top, so you better know why you’re up there.”
– John C. Maxwell
The road to get up there is filled with sacrifice and hard times. If your reason isn’t good enough, you’ll give up.
The way to the top is different for each of us. Get inspired with the success of others, but don’t expect to have the same climbing.
Your reason have to be a drive. It has to make you excited and happy. Your reason have to feel good for you.
When things are not as you would like.
When you don’t get the result you expected.
Don’t give up!
“See adversity as a challenge. The time you want to bail is when opportunity exists.”
– Tony Hawk
You are in charge of what you choose to do with your dreams.
If you give up, you give up on your dreams.
No one will do it for you.
When things get tuff (they always do), get back to the reason why you’re doing this. Get back to your dreams. Find the energy in your dreams and keep going on.
If you focus on your dream, you’ll find ways to overcome adversity.