Writing a first draft is like shoveling sand in a sandbox to build castles later #Quote
My absolute worst part of writing is the first draft. To me it was simply excruciating because I tend to not move forward until I get every line correct. The great thing is that with time comes experience.
It's not my favorite part if writing but I no longer hate it because I literally just throw up in my page... Meaning I write next to crap the first time. I don't correct anything until I type The End. This quote by Shannon Hale is gold. Like I have always said... Your number one goal sitting down to write the first time is to get to THE END.
What's your favorite or least favorite part of the writing process?
The Law of Self Worth states that you cannot attract anything more than what you feel you are worth. You can't fake it until you make it, because that faking will be exactly what you attract. Some people don't have more simply because they don't feel they deserve more. You can't miss a step in trusting the process and thinking it's still going to work out the exact same way. That's not how this works. Keep playing. You will be in the same situation doing the same thing you doing now with the same things you've always had.
Be excellent on your level. When you are faithful over few, God will make you ruler over many. The goal is to GLOW in spite of what you’re going through. Or been through. Don't be so in love with tomorrow that you neglect today.
Appreciate the process to get to the promise.