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“Committed” to writing is about the writing itself, while “Interested” in writing is about self-image. “Wanting to write” a book, “trying to write” one, “being interested in writing” doesn’t make it. It never does.
“Interested” in writing is about self-image while “committed” to writing is about the writing itself.
“But I do want to write my book. I am very interested in writing my book,” I can hear too many writers insisting.
“Wanting to write” a book, “trying to write” one, “being interested in writing” doesn’t make it. It never does.
What I am exploring here with you is a commitment to writing your book and bringing it to successful completion.
In this post, I walk you through the significant distinction between “being interested in writing” and “being committed to writing” and how you can commit yourself to be “committed.”
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