Become an Unstoppable Author
Success leaves clues.
Figure out what successful authors did to advance their careers, then do what they did. It’s the most effective course of action. Simple concept, but we must do the work. You know, the hard part.
In the pages ahead I discuss how each habit works, as well as the lies we tell ourselves to rationalize our lack of forward progress. Finally, I shine the light of truth on the lies we tell ourselves and watch as they scurry away like little cockroaches.
I include anecdotes from my own life, where appropriate, to explain the principle at play and give you a real-world example of my successes and my failures to implement them.
While you may disagree with one or more points made in this book, the unassailable truth is many highly successful authors apply these principles to their lives.
Apply these principles to your life and you’ll achieve their success. It’s inevitable. All it takes is a pinch of perseverance, a dash of focus, and two cups of hard work.
I studied successful authors to learn how they do what they do. I examined their work ethic, their writing habits, and their life stories to find the clues they left behind. I use it all to increase my chances to achieve their success.
This book is the result. May it guide you down Publication Highway and keep you safe along the way.
The Author Success Foundations Series
- Awaken Your Author Mindset: Finish Writing Your Book Fast [with the companion Author Mindset Workbook]
- Design Your Morning Routine: Jump-Start Your Writing Success [with the companion Morning Routine Workbook]
- Author Focus: Develop Your Author Vision Statement and Laser-Focus Your Writing Career [with the companion Author Focus Workbook]
- Prolific Author: The Step-by-Step Guide to Write More Words in Less Time and Finish Your Book Fast [with a companion Prolific Author Workbook]
- Done is Better than Perfect: 7 Keys to Finish Writing Your Book Fast
- Become Unstoppable: 7 Habits of Highly Successful Authors
- I Don’t Have Time To Write And Other Lies Writers Tell Themselves