It’s Time for Writing Alchemy
Hey, Writers! Welcome to 2018! I hope you had a fantastic winter break if you took one – I did! Happy to say that my foot is recovered. Thank goodness for that!
This year, I’m starting out with a bang – I’m participating in a Blog Challenge [and as soon as I’m approved, I’ll add links!], so prepare for a little bit of energy – and I hope it helps you with your writing!
To kick us off, I’m going to set the tone for the year – 2018 is about persistence and finishing things.
I don’t know about you, but I have a huge backlog of projects just waiting for attention – and 2018 is the year we’re going to get it done!
It’s so exciting – I want to encourage all of you to take a look at what you wanted to do this year and add one thing that you’ve tucked away.
I’ve written about game plans before, about setting goals, and more, but I thought something interesting could happen with 2018 – what if we pursued our passion and persistence like a game?
What if we gamify the writing business – turn it into a writer role playing game and level up with each month?
I don’t know about you, but there have been times lately where I’ve doubted myself I’ve been in darkness where I doubted my writing abilities and purpose. Who am I to share what I have?
Even thinking that thought is hard to admit. It’s harder to write and I hesitated when letting it out, but we’re about big changes here and facing our truths.
And the truth is, with each writing struggle, with each new challenge, comes a new opportunity for growth and a chance to reignite the writing passion that burns like embers inside me. I bet you have embers inside you, too. I bet they’re ready to reignite.
So this year, I’m dedicating writing to you. We’re going to be persistent. We’re going to finish things. We’re going to realize that even in the darkest night, stars twinkle. And when Darth Vader had a Death Star, Yoda and his buddies rallied.
So let’s take this challenge and level up our writing and our life – let’s finish things by creating a plan. Let’s encourage each other through actionable steps, and get it done. Because, my writer buddies, we are the only ones who can.
I’m the only person in this whole world who can write The Divantinum Project. And you’re the only person in the world who can write yours.
So buckle up. It’s time to face our challenges with writing alchemy.