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Emeric Damian : In Simplicity : In The Unknown

The Failure To Complete Will Frustrate You For Life

Getting things done begins and ends with one core concept: Completion

logo_2Dear Reader,

Have you ever struggled to get things done?

Of course you have.

But have you ever struggled to really get the “Things” done?

You know the things that keep showing up in your life over and over, the projects, the books, the business endeavor, the lifestyle creation.

I’m not going to be easy on you here, because this is your life and you are going to kill yourself if you don’t allow yourself to live your life.

The amount of mental and emotional friction that is tearing at you right now can do more harm than not.

Life is not as much fun and enjoyable when you are struggling by not living your life. Let me clarify that, ‘not living your life,’ is a struggle not worth struggling for.

Living your life and struggling to do so is wonderful. That’s a challenge worth living.

Are you following me?

Struggles, challenges, projects, complimentary stress are all embraced in my life.

/ Emeric You Went Into The Dark Here /

What if you turn this around and go more positive.

Anytime you hit a wall writing a book, remember this is your first draft. Don’t strive for perfection yet. You have to get this on the page before you can move forward to create that brilliant e-book for your audience! Writing your first draft is all about answering the questions your book is meant to address.

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Anytime you hit a wall writing a book, remember this is your first draft. Don’t strive for perfection yet. You have to get this on the page before you can move forward to create that brilliant e-book for your audience! Writing your first draft is all about answering the questions your book is meant to address.

To get started, go through the steps above, and jot whatever comes to mind when you think about your goals and audience. This will give you material to work with when you get stuck writing the draft, and it will stand as a quick reminder of why you set out to write this book, and who you’re trying to help by publishing it.

Anytime you hit a wall writing a book, remember this is your first draft. Don’t strive for perfection yet. You have to get this on the page before you can move forward to create that brilliant e-book for your audience! Writing your first draft is all about answering the questions your book is meant to address.

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