It happened again, didn’t it?
Another week or month has passed, and you’ve made zero progress on your writing.
Deep down you know your writing is important, but it seems impossible to take consistent action
What’s going on here?
The truth is, you don’t feel inspired.
You can’t help but marvel at other writers who seem to come up with one great idea after another.
How do you get there?
How do you find the inspiration you need in order to become the prolific, popular, and successful writer you have always dreamt of becoming?
If you’re struggling to find inspiration, you might be guilty of “believing in magic” when it comes to your writing career.
People who fail to do the things they say they want to do believe in fairy tales, like this one:
One day, for no reason whatsoever, I will find the muse: the ultimate source of inspiration that will make writing effortless.
The writers who find the paperwork exhausting are those who believe that writing is a form of magic. The muse has to find you. That’s it.
Successful writers are lucky because the muse simply likes them more than others and visits them often.
This is a lie.
Regardless of how successful you are, there will be days when you feel uninspired. In fact, what once seemed like a passion-filled calling can turn into a bit of a slog after a while.
Professional athletes love the game, but they don’t necessarily want to train their bodies every single day.
Business owners love money and recognition, but they don’t necessarily enjoy the process of getting their business off the ground.
You love expressing yourself with words, but you won’t necessarily enjoy each and every writing session.
You have to learn to inspire yourself every day if you want to turn pro and become a popular author or successful writer. To keep your inspiration fresh, you’ll have to find different ways to get inspired.
Lucky you, this book contains 99 different ideas for writers — use them whenever you’re struggling to turn intention into action.
So here’s how to get inspired to write: