I’m not a fan of self-help, but a reader of this blog reminds me about affirmations. Often writers face feelings of low self-esteem. We work alone and that doesn’t help. That nasty editor on our shoulder keeps laughing at us and insulting our writing. We need a more positive self-image
- Every rejection brings me closer to success.
- My writing talent is a gift. The writing I do is my gift to the universe.
- I have nothing to fear from revealing myself in my work.
- I am always growing and my writing keeps getting better.
- I deserve good money for my writing.
- My writing is important, for me, for others.
- I’m ready for success.
- I can afford to take chances.
- My time and my money are well spent investing in my writing career
- I become a better human being when I write something well.
- The world is a better place because I wrote this morning.
- Though all ideas have been explored, no one has exactly the same perspective as I do. I am unique. The world wants to hear my views.
- Competition is not a problem for me. I’m me, unique.
- Criticism and rejection just make me a better writer.
- I’m a really good writer.
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