The thing is, no matter how good a program is, it isn’t ANY good if you don’t follow it. And it isn’t as good as it should be if you don’t follow it to the letter.
Chances are, if you’ve paid for expensive programs yet you didn’t get the results you wanted, it’s because there were some parts to those programs that you just didn’t feel comfortable following or you just didn’t want to take the time and effort to follow them. You thought you could get the results the program promised without taking all the actions outlined in the program. And that’s where you went wrong.
Think of it like this, if you have a specific destination in mind and you stop and ask for directions, can you expect to get to your destination if you don’t follow those directions? Probably not.
So, learn to follow directions. Don’t second guess the directions or figure you know a better route to where you’re going. If you did, you’d be there by now.
Today, here are my directions to help you start earning $100 or more each and every day as a writer:
1. Know what you want. To figure out what you want, set just 3 major writing/career goals for yourself for the next 12 months – or, for now, just set 3 major goals to accomplish by the end of 2010.
2. Stick to your goals to maintain a narrow focus. Once you have created just 3 major writing/career goals for yourself, be sure every single thing you do professionally each day relates to one or more of those goals. Don’t do anything else.
3. Work smarter, not harder. Don’t try to accomplish dozens and dozens of tasks each day. Do ONLY what is important to achieving one or more of your 3 major goals. Constantly monitor your actions to be sure you haven’t been attracted by something that isn’t part of your overall plan to reach your goals.
Now…will you follow those directions?
If you do, you’ll be on the way to where you want to go as a writer!
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