Give Yourself A Pat On The Back!

people-2607201_1280We work hard at this writing stuff. We deserve a pat on the back once in while.

And who else is gonna understand anyway? Except other writer types?

The biggest things writers lack is confidence, and that starts by acknowledging that what we did is worth some praise.

Big or small, let’s talk about them all – and build that confidence we all need.

Applaud YOUR writing accomplishments for the week here.

Or praise another author friend who did something worth noting.


Imagine if you saw 10 other people telling you your accomplishment was noteworthy. What difference could that make in your writing the next week?

Let’s find out.

Published by Dan Alatorre AUTHOR

USA Today bestselling author Dan Alatorre has 50+ titles published in more than 120 countries and over a dozen languages.

15 thoughts on “Give Yourself A Pat On The Back!

  1. I agree. The way I always look at trying to succeed as a writer is I imagine myself climbing a gigantic rock face and although since getting e-published I feel as though I have reached a ledge, the top is still obscure. Just keep imagining yourself climbing and you’ll get there in the end. That is what I am always desperately trying to convince myself.

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    1. The thing about that is, what seems like a mountain before you do it is often nowhere near that challenging once you’ve done it. And it’s difficult to explain to people, but after you’ve done it a few times, the things that were mountains at the beginning are just routine things you know to do. And then of course there are new mountains that you can now see at that level that you didn’t see before. But knowing that you were able to climb one mountain means you’ll eventually be able to get them all.

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