The One Thing Every Successful Writer Has In Common

By on December 29, 2017

To become a successful writer doesn’t have to be hard. There is only thing you need and that’s the drive to succeed.

There are millions of people who dream of writing a book but never actually end up writing that book. Do you want to go to the grave knowing you had a masterpiece in your hands? I don’t think you do.

What are you doing today that’s going to make you a successful writer? You can keep coming up with excuses and saying that you’re too busy. Guess what? We all live busy lives. Until you put aside the excuses you’re making for yourself, you’re never going to be a successful writer.

When you look at any successful writer, you’ll see they had the drive whether they felt like it or not. Yes, some mornings we wake up and we don’t want to work. It wouldn’t be normal if you didn’t feel that way. However, the difference between the successful and unsuccessful is that the successful fought through that feeling.

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When you wake up and work on your book or blog, you’re getting that much further than the person who slept in or was at a party the night before.

What you’re going to be doing for yourself is creating momentum. Each day it’s going to get a little bit easier. Over a period of time, it’s going to become a habit. A habit that’s going to be beneficial for your career as a successful writer.

How do you think Stephen King or Nicholas Sparks got to where they are? Do you think they got there by not having any drive? Of course, they couldn’t, they worked even when they didn’t feel like working.

It doesn’t matter if you’re talented or not, all that matters is how badly you want it. If you’re willing to put in the effort and grind it out, there’s no reason that you can’t become a successful writer!

 Trevor Oldham

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