“A real decision is measured by the fact that you’ve taken a new action. If there’s no action, you haven’t truly decided.”
- Tony Robbins
Okay folks, so we’re two weeks in and they’re dropping like flies in a flash freeze.
That’s right, on the loop today there were a few whiners, you know who you are–who just can’t keep up. The sixteen hundred words a day maybe just too much for you, and I get that. But people, really, you’re wasting your time whining about what you can or cannot do.
Slap those fingers on the keyboard and give ‘em permission to fly!
Let’s go now, remember what I told you. It’s only a hundred words a day. Today is November 14th and if you write a hundred words starting today, in ten months you’ll have 30K words more or less. Not as many as if you write the 1,666 every day in NaNo, but it’s a decent start. And a start is what you’re looking for, right?
So go ahead and work on that 100 words a day and maybe it’ll turn into a thousand. You keep at it and you’ll never guess what you can accomplish once you’re on a roll.
Remember, 21 days to a new habit. 100 words to a new story. One manuscript at a time. Too many ideas to count!
Just keep writing!