Day 1: Writing Challenge
“How many of you here are really serious about being writers?”
A sea of hands shot up. Lewis then asked,
“Well, why aren’t you all home writing?”
And with that he walked out of the room.
So now it is time for you to be writing.
What follows is your daily log — each day may have words of encouragement, advice, or wisdom or a task for you to do to get your book written. It is what you need to do each day for the next hundred days.
Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing. ~ Ben Franklin~
Writing Goals Contract
If you’re ready to commit to your writing; if you’re ready to make your writing goals happen this year; copy the following and paste it in the comments below (you can also go a step further and paste it in your Twitter feed, on Facebook or on your blog):
“I, __________, commit to make my writing goals happen in ___________ (YEAR). I will take small steps everyday that will move me in the direction of my dreams. I promise to make writing a priority in my life and stop putting myself on the bottom of my to-do list.”
Feel free to write your own commitment and post it in the comments below, as well.
On your first day of writing make a promise to yourself that you are going to do it.
That’s what writers do — they write.