Achieve your writing goals before the end of 2016 using these 5 tips

The year is almost over and it’s a good time to review the goals you set at the beginning of 2016. 

How any of those goals have you achieved? Did you start your blog? What about your book? Have you started writing it. 

Things could have happened in the course of the year that could have prevented you from achieving your goals. Perhaps, you were limited by fear or procrastination. Or maybe you were just too lazy to follow through. 

Whatever the excuse, these six tips will set you back on track to achieving your writing goals. We do hope you’ll make the commitment and achieve these goals before the end of 2016.

Begin today

It’s almost like stating the obvious but the best way to achieve those goals is to start now. If you want to write a book, begin the process now. Want to start a blog, set it up now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. Begin today. 

Break it down

Telling yourself you want to write a book may seem overwhelming. Why don’t you break it down into little bits and work on those bits first. So create an outline for your book and set a deadline to finish each part of the outline. By the time you are through with that outline, you will have a complete book. 

Be willing to ask for help

If you don’t know what to do to achieve your writing goals or there is something you are not sure about, simply reach out for help. You can talk to us at The Sparkle Writer’s Hub. We can show you how to get started and help you resolve any challenges you may be facing. 

Be accountable

Sometimes, the reason we do not achieve our goals is because we are not accountable for them. Does any one know that you plan to write one article to be published online per week?

Get someone you will be accountable to. It will help you take your goals more seriously. If you don’t know where to find someone to hold you accountable, The Sparkle Writer’s Hub will help out.

Believe in yourself

If you don’t believe you can write an amazing book, you won’t write an amazing book. You have to believe in the power of your words.

Don’t belittle your talent. Your story can change someone’s life. Your book can become a bestseller. It is possible if you believe in yourself. 


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