As the Let's Get Your Book Published program begins to launch and content is rolled out over the website, social media, podcasts, and YouTube videos a transformation of self is happening on a grand scale. As many writers do, we bounce between fear, faith, stepping into our authenticity, and toying with how to represent ideas in a more hypothetical "it wasn't me" way...you know what I mean if you are a writer, you also know if you are an entrepreneur.
Sometimes God gives us a gift to share and we feel so compelled to do it that we must write, build our business, share our "thing"...it's the longing to step into our truth.
Ernest Hemingway said:
"All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know."
So, let's start there!
The birth and the growth of this program and its accompanied book were a true labor of love with the ultimate divine inspiration. This program was birthed through many trials and stands today as an accomplishment for its creator, but also as an accomplishment to serve as a baseline for those that move through its teachings. Teach by example "they" say!
When it comes to writing your book you have to speak with authenticity and align your message with this and with your goals and objectives....to get the most from your efforts. Writing anything means you have to show up for yourself and make yourself vulnerable. Many authors go through the process of writing a book with the idea in their head of what others will think of them once their book is produced. It calls us to our authenticity! We speak so busily in our mind about who we would offend, frighten, or otherwise harm and what will happen in our social circles around argument or acceptance.
As stated in my first book Finding Your Inner Truth—a quote by the German philosopher, Arthur Schopenhauer:
"All truth first passes through three stages. First it is ridiculed. Second it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."
Keep this quote in mind as you write. You will notice the stages. Work trough them. Write through them. Bleed on the pages and keep going!
If 80% of the population wants to write a book and less than 2% do...don't you think it's the strong that survive into publishing? Yeah, this stuff isn't supposed to be easy or everyone would do it. Keep your head down and talk to your heart and know that your experiences are unique and not for everyone. Don't expose too much of your self where if you moved forward in time in a healed state you would regret it later. Never use our book to out someone or say anything bad. Get your story across but without harm.
To learn more about my perspective on truth, check out my book Finding Your Inner Truth.
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