Hello Readers and Happy Monday!
Not every day is going to be shaped like a square, four even sides. Some days are going to bend a little more to the left, a little more to the right. Some days may seem like they are a circle that just keeps going. What should be so motivating about this is that every day is different. Last Monday might have been the worst. Last month but have been unbearable. However, that does not determine what this week will be like or what today will be like.
Hold on to the fact that everything is changing. Nothing stays the same. There will always be good days and there will always be bad days. Get motivated!
Do not worry about what it was like yesterday…get motivated that everyday is not the same!
-Your Literary Mentor
Hello Readers! And Happy Monday!
Coming out of your comfort zone can cause anxiety for a lot of people. If you are anything like me, you are a person of habit. You get the same thing from your favorite ice cream store. You get the same toppings on your pizza. You drink your coffee the same way every morning. So, when it comes to coming out of your comfort zone, it’s hard.
But I encourage you to come out of your comfort zone and try something new. If you are stuck and need to be motivated, come out of your comfort zone. This will for sure motivate you to get back into doing what you love and you never know, you might find something new that you love.
Don’t sit around waiting to get motivated…get out there and find something to be motivated about.
-Your Literary Mentor
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We’ve all got one or maybe two inspirational leaders that we look up to. Maybe they are in the industry in which we service or in a completely different industry. Either way, we’ve come in contact with someone that encourages, motivates and inspires us in a serious way.
As we walk into a new week, let’s learn to follow the inspiration. Wherever is comes from, social media, friends, family or even your favorite inspirational influencer, follow the motivation. Allow it to keep your grounded and focused and never let up.
Be sure to stay connected to what keeps you on your toes everyday. Whatever gets you out of the bed everyday…follow it!
-Your Literary Mentor
Welcome to another Motivational Monday. Let’s talk motivation.
Let’s get motivated to set some goals. Start this Monday off with a new vision and new path to walk on. In order to set goals, you must first have a vision. What do you see in the next day or two? Week? Month? Short term goals should be easy and attainable.
Why should you set short term goals? For one, to give you something to look forward to. Since they are easily attainable, you will always have something you can pat yourself on the back about.
So think about it, what are some things you are looking to do with your career in the next few days, weeks or months? Save money for a literary event that’s local? Write everyday? Learn how to build websites? Use this motivational Monday to set up short term goals for yourself. It’s a good idea to be goal oriented!
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Welcome to another Motivational Monday. Let’s talk motivation!
I love to support my fellow authors and writers. I mean, anyone in the literary industry I support. We all have a common goal and that’s to reach authors and writers and be successful in this business. So I try my hardest to support anywhere I can.
Recently, I did an open post for my friends on Literary Facebook telling them to tag me in their work so that I can share. Someone commented saying that they love my open support. For me, it’s second nature. Why wouldn’t I support? Why wouldn’t I do any and everything I can to assist my fellow authors? I’m not 100% sure why so many literary professionals don’t do this, but you should. You should support and you shouldn’t support for gain. Do it from the heart. It’s like helping a neighbor with their lawn or assisting a friend who’s moving. I think the hardest part is helping people you don’t know and you look at a lot of literary professionals as your competition. It shouldn’t be this way. The only person you should be in competition with is who you were yesterday. Because when it’s all said and done, we won’t be judged by someone else’s actions, only our own.
So I encourage you this week to try to openly support!
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