A question that everyone always wants to know is, what makes some writers more successful than others?
Why are there writers who earn millions, others who earn a lot of money, some who earn very little from their writing, and others who earn nothing.
The answer is simple.
Those who's writing careers really take off is down to hard work.
They are the ones who put in the writing hours, especially in the beginning, and do the work.
Just look at any writer who is successful and you'll see (if you dig deep enough) that they have put in a lot of effort to be where they are.
As the old saying goes, it takes a long time to become and overnight success.
Writing isn't difficult. You don't need a degree or years of training to be able to do it.
You just have to put in the hours.
And it doesn't have to be a lot of hours. Just focused hours.
If you can work with a laser-sharp focus on what you're doing, you can achieve miracles.
Just look at the 8-hour ebook challenge recently thrown down by author J A Konrah at http://tinyurl.com/q6clzy4. He challenged anyone to do it, and many did.
A couple of years ago I took part in a writing challenge to write an ebook in 3 days and start getting sales in a week.
I not only completed the challenge in just one week, but I sold dozens of copies of my ebook in just one day.
Writing doesn't have to take a long time, but it does take some time.
As a full-time writer, I spend a lot time writing every week.
I write regular content for my niche websites, write ebooks, books, I do regular report writing and I write regularly for other websites too.
How about you?
What are you writing regularly? Or what should you be writing regularly?
The time has come to create your own writing habit.
And that time is now.
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