As a freelance writer, you’ll undoubtedly be faced with many of the biggest productivity issues. This is especially true if you work from home like I do. The trick to being successful is making sure these problems don’t interfere with your work. Otherwise, you’ll find it difficult to make enough money to sustain yourself.
It’s Thanksgiving, and I’d thought I would just crack out an editorial of sorts. I doubt this will get a lot of attention, but it’s more for myself than anything. Sometimes it’s difficult to see the silver lining when the dark cloud is so massive. But if I’m being honest with myself, am I the one fueling that cloud?
As of October 12, 2017, my mom’s first book, “Defiant Souls” was available for purchase. This is now the second member of my family who has a booked published. And I am still waiting for Angela to finish her trilogy – ahem. Although I am happy for my mom, it depresses me in a way. It lends credence to my own laziness and how I am nowhere near where I wanted to be in life.
After seven months, I finally finished a seven page story to add to my Wattpad novella, “VII.” To be perfectly honest, I am a bit disappointed in myself. However, I’m not going to let the disappointment slow down my momentum. I’ve learned a lot about myself as a writer over this past year, and I hope to put what I’ve learned to good use.
For many of us, confidence is not all that easy to come by. However, it plays an integral role in future success. Now, it’s possible to succeed without having an over abundance of confidence, but it makes the process so much more difficult.