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We need a simple definition of success that we can apply to our day-to-day life – that we can use to answer the question: right now, today, am I successful?
In times of struggle, it becomes increasingly hard to do the things we know we should do. We need the ability to do the right thing purely for the sake of doing it.
We can all be affected by the seasons – and not just seasons of weather. We each have our personal “seasons.”
Is something holding you back from sending your writing to editors? When you understand the whole process the right way, you’ll see that there’s really nothing to be afraid of.
Sometimes, on our way from one thing to another, we find ourselves perched precariously in some odd position that we would not have chosen to be in, but there we are.
We live in a society that equates being alone with being less valuable. If we don’t have a crowd around us, we’re supposed to think we’re unsuccessful.
If you’ve had trouble sticking with your goals in the past, you might want to look at goal-setting differently.
Sometimes we have to try something new – even if the old isn’t done yet. Here’s why starting over isn’t a bad thing, even if we have to do it again and again.