What Do You Love Most About Writing?
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I really hope this finds you loving every minute of your writing. I believe a love of what you do is a huge contributor to whether or not you’re prosperous, and to what extent. Let me explain…
Something you love to do is easier to do than something you don’t. And you wouldn’t be a writer if you didn’t love to write, right? So you’re off to a strong start! But what if the major emotions you have around writing are frustration because of outside circumstances (I don’t have time to write. I’m too tired to write. I don’t think my writing would sell…)? What can you do to shift your mind and heart into a better state? And why would you take the time to do it, anyway?
You do what practically everyone is doing about their human love interest right now: they focus on what’s great about the person they love. You can do that with your writing. Identify the top 3, 5 or even 100 things you love about writing.
Here are a few of mine:
I love the creative aspect of writing.
I love that my words encourage my readers.
I love that writing supports my family.
There are dozens of other reasons, yet when I stop and reflect on just these three, my heart and spirit are full of love and gratitude. I don’t know what my life would be like if I didn’t write, or if I hadn’t started writing.
If you want to become a more prosperous writer, spend a few minutes getting really connected to what you love about your writing. Just a couple of the many benefits are these: you’ll want to write more and writing more will make you a better writer, give you more words to work with (and to work on your behalf). Shifting your energy to love, widely known as the highest and most powerful energy in the universe, makes you wildly attractive to lots of wonderful things … not the least of which is more financial abundance.
Which in and of itself is pretty amazing, right? Shift into the higher vibration of love by identifying what you love about writing, and then #BOLO* for all of the goodness that surrounds you and is on it’s way to you.
I hope I’ve encouraged you to fall in love with your writing again today. Had a wonderful day, and weekend, full of love!
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