You ARE the writing momentum.
I was reading 5 star reviews for my eBook:
One reviewer explained how I helped her overcome her head trash, writing-wise.
I help you remove headtrash, writing-wise, with this title. You likely believe you gain and lose blogging momentum, or writing momentum. Some believe they get and lose blogging ideas.
Writer’s block? Yep; this handcuffs most writers at some time during their careers. But the idea is simply fear. Writers fear something or someone and writer’s block or momentum loss is the result.
The writer did not suffer some intense, unsolvable problem. Nope. No writer loses momentum. You are momentum. I am momentum. We are everything.
Forget the idea that you could actually lose writing momentum. Gain steam. Let go folks who complain about losing momentum or complain about some other mental block that is not true.
Write your next blog post now. Help someone now. Promote your blogging course now. Promote your eBooks now. Promote your paperbacks now. Check this out:
I linked to the Amazon India paperback for my 2nd how to retire style eBook. Buy it there. But I include a sweet little picture of me with my first how to retire paperback here:
Instantly, I picked my momentum up even more. I feel excited knowing you can buy both my eBook above, and a cool paperback that you can have shipped to you, in India or anywhere in the world.
Isn’t that neat? Exciting? Fun? My momentum increased just a little bit more. How cool. I feel energized to glide through the rest of my blogging day.
I just took a conscious, mindful step to increase my blogging momentum. That rule rings true for you, too. YOU choose to keep gaining or losing blogging momentum. Nothing forces you to lose blogging momentum.
Being tired does not force you to lose blogging momentum. Running into resistance with your blog cannot force you to lose blogging momentum. Impossible. This cannot happen.
No blogger can force you to lose blogging momentum. No critic or 1 star reviewer can force you to lose blogging momentum, either. Nope.
100% of the time, gaining or losing blogging momentum is entirely your choice. Gaining or losing blogging momentum is a personal decision. It is you; not anything or anyone outside of you, that leads to a momentum gain, or, momentum loss.
Uncovering this truth frees you but also stings your ego. Ego loves to make all types of excuses for failed, struggling blogging. Goodness I clung to all types of blogging momentum causes, for losing my mojo.
During my failed blogging days at least. Life did get easier and easier when I let go the excuses and chose to slowly but steadily gain blogging momentum every single day. Blogging is a breeze if you choose to keep gaining momentum because creating content and building connections gets easier and easier.
Blogging becomes tough if you make conscious choices to lose blogging momentum.
Literally, it is all on you. Only you make the choice whether to gain or lose blogging momentum today, tomorrow or into next week. I know what I’m choosing; I’m all about gaining momentum. How about you?