Don’t worry about getting things right the first time you write. You can always edit later, but you need to write first.
It’s okay if you don’t know how your story is going to end. It’s okay if you have multiple endings. Make sure you get to the end. Finish what you start. You can’t publish a book if you give up halfway through.
You’re still allowed to take a break, a hiatus, a vacation. Take as much time as you need to recharge your batteries.
What works for someone else might not work for you. Find what does. Lose what doesn’t.
Keep your head up. All your hard work will pay off one day. Nothing great happens overnight anyway. Make the most of your time.
Raise the bar higher. Do what you think is impossible.
When you fall down, stand up again. Brush the dirt away. Shake the rust off. Start again, even and especially when you think you can’t.
Take a chance on yourself. Make it work out. Want something badly enough. Be willing to go after it.
Enjoy today because you never know what tomorrow will bring.
You’re better than you think. Give yourself the credit you deserve. Put in more time and effort. You’ll be rewarded.
It doesn’t get easier. But you get better, smarter, stronger.
Sometimes you just have to start writing. So give yourself permission to begin.