Finesse and Finish
It is time to finish.
Put your polishing brush down and stop rewriting that manuscript. You need to finish.
It is time to move on – if you keep editing and re-editing, your book will never be published.
In words similar to Nike – Just Publish.
What is the worst that can happen? (Assuming that you are not defaming anyone of course).
Focus on the finish line.
You can do this.
Take a quick look at all the achievements you have had to date.
Did your 10, 15 or 20 year younger self imagine these outcomes?
We don’t know all the steps when we take on the goals that we want to achieve. That is a large part of the inner growth that comes from the fact that knowledge will be accumulated along the way and we will need to stretch ourselves to reach our goals.
Sara Blakely says it so well:
Don’t be intimidated by what you don’t know. That can be your greatest strength and ensure that you do things differently from everyone else.
Embrace what you don’t know. Finish your book and share it.
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