Why Don’t You Feel Worthy as a Writer? 

So many people don’t call themselves a writer because they don’t feel worthy. Maybe you’ve felt this way, too. But as soon as you start thinking things like...

I’m not good enough.
I’m not experienced enough.
I don’t get paid to write, so I don't count.

You limit yourself, because those thoughts eventually turn into...

I’ll never be good enough.
I’ll never publish my book.
I’ll never get anywhere by doing this.

The Truth No One Tells You about Being a Writer

But it doesn’t matter if you have a PhD in Creative Writing, published hundreds of books, or just do it for fun.  If you have a story to share, if you journal, if you’re always thinking of book ideas, then YOU are a WRITER.

Think about how your life could change if you committed to your passion for words. Maybe you’d feel more confident. Maybe you’d invest more time and effort into your writing. Maybe you’d even consider a future career in it.

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How Writing Impacted My Life

When I graduated high school, I never thought I’d be an author! I didn’t even take any creative writing courses in college. (I studied business!) But then I became inspired and decided to craft my first children’s book.

Now I’m the author of a bestselling series of children’s books, have a Guinness World Record, and run an online business all about helping other authors realize their potential.

If I held myself back because I didn’t feel “worthy”. But if I let that fear hold me back forever, my life would look completely different and I wouldn’t have discovered my passion. When I decided to change my mindset and believe in myself, doors that I thought would be closed forever suddenly began to open.

Impossibilities became possibilities.

The Sign You've Been Waiting For

So take this message as your sign to make a change in how you view yourself. Start calling yourself a writer and watch how everything else can fall into place.

Want to join a tight-knit community of others striving to publish? Check out my Children's Book Writers Community.

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