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How I Stopped Making Excuses and Got Unstuck

How I Stopped Making Excuses and Got Unstuck

I am finally writing my book. For some time, people — my friends, my clients — had been telling me that I should write one. Every time I gave a talk, someone would ask me, “Do you have a book?” When I told them I hadn’t yet written one, they would reply, “You really should.”I had been wanting to write a book. I learned so many useful and insightful lessons from working with my clients. Things like…How to feel less overwhelmed by job and/or family responsibilitiesHow to create more time and energy to pursue passions outside of career and childrenHow to feel more confident at work and be more calm at home(Others call this stuff “work-life balance,” but I'd rather erase this phrase from our voca

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Elizabeth McCourt
Elizabeth McCourt

This is all too familiar! I have my non-fiction proposal done but a short ebook sounds like a great idea. I tell myself "just write crap and you can fix it later," otherwise I'll censor myself or stop. A friend of mine just published with Brooke at She Writes Press and its been a wonderful experience for her.

October 14, 2014