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Are You Writing Your Book for the Wrong Reasons?
Have you been struggling to finish your book? If you’ve been working on the project for what seems like forever, and made little or no progress, you might need to reconsider your motive for taking on the project in the first place.
So why are you writing your book? If you haven’t asked yourself this question in a while, now’s the time to do it. People write books for a variety of reasons, and in reality, as long as your reason keeps you writing, that’s great. But when you can’t seem to stay motivated, then maybe you’re not interested because you’re writing for the wrong reason. The following are some common reasons why you may be struggling to write your book.
Wrong Reason #1: You want to impress people—or a particular person.
Wrong Reason #2: You want to make money fast and easy.
Wrong Reason #3: You want to be famous overnight.
So Why Should You Write a Book?
Deciding to write a book is a huge decision—it’s a project that takes over your life and that can ultimately change your life. But doing it for the wrong reasons will only disappoint you. As long as you’re writing a book for the right reasons, you’ll be successful.
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