The mindset. This mysterious thing inside my head.
SOMETIMES I LOVE IT, SOMETIMES I HATE IT!
Sure, this could be anything. My life, my not existent relationship, my not existent job.
But in this series, it’s not about these things in life.
It’s rather about trying to follow my dreams!
Top left corner, this is what it will be all about.
Yes, I want to be a writer!
But if I had known what this actually means, well, well, well, I guess I wouldn’t have started.
Since day one of this book project, my mindset is constantly changing between claiming that this is the best idea in the world and that this is the worst thing that someone ever had come up with!
What the hell? What is wrong with me?
How can it be that I literally freak out every single time I think about publishing this book somewhere in the future. It is not even finished yet!
“What might they say? What might they think? Will it be good? Or will it be the worst book ever created? What will my parents say, my neighbors, my fiends? Will this be a success, or a total failure?”
Things are rushing through my head! You wouldn’t believe it. Sometimes I can really feel the pressure, my body tenses up, I start to have a cold sweat, be close to freaking out and then actually doing that.
But what is this? Social anxiety? The fear to be the number one looser in the world?
Honestly! What is wrong with me?
I have this winner mindset! This never stopping attitude towards the things in my life. I know exactly what is going on! I am the one that is in control! I can control my head! I am my own boss!
But I can’t control my emotions!
This book idea seems to be good. It is something people can actually use in their everyday life. It will not be boring and the concept might attract many many readers. But sure, I can’t be certain about that! It’s my baby, of course I am convinced! But that doesn’t mean that it will be good in the end, right?
In this category, I want to focus on my mindset during the project of writing my book. I want to share with you the good moments and the bad moments, just as I have promised you in the first blog post I have ever written!
In this blog I want to give you the exact “process”. But not only that, I want to show you the real-world consequences, I want to share the good moments and the bad ones. Very similar to Henry Clay, who ones taught James Pollard Espy a lesson on starting by the letter “A”, I want you to follow me on my journey. Step by step. Day by day#1 What is this all about? – an Introduction
You want to see what it takes to write a book! This is what it takes!
Follow me on my journey!
See you next time!