“Most of the important things in the world have
been accomplished by people who have kept on
trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.”
– Dale Carnegie

Right now you might be a little frustrated.
Perhaps people keep pointing out mistakes in your work or maybe you just can’t find your voice. Don’t get disheartened. One day you will
look back on this phase and smile with affection.

If you write every day you will progress quickly, and within no time at all you will cringe at your past work and look proudly upon your new writings.  That’s the power of practice.

NB: practice doesn’t make perfect, but it does lead to improvement.

Enjoy every step on your way to success. Your Words Will Live On It might sound bleak, but your words will outlive you. Whether they sit on a manuscript somewhere or in a published book, you will leave your mark on the world, even if only for friends and family.

It is easy to go nowhere. It requires no energy and has no risk except that of being left behind. To go forward and run ahead is a supreme test. _Alan Newhouse, NASA

Your Words Can Change Lives Changing the life of just one person is a life well lived, and that is what your words are capable of doing. With the Internet opening up the stage for new writers, you have the scope to reach a far greater audience than just family and friends. For every complimentary comment you receive on your blog, to every email that drops into your inbox from a person touched by your words, you will be rewarded with knowing you have changed
someone’s life in some way. You Need This Self Expression
Writing is a great release. Don’t think about the money or the fame, the compliments or the respect.

Think about self-satisfaction and self- expression. Writing let’s you unleash your
thoughts and opinions on the world. It helps defragment your brain, relieving you of pent up thoughts and stress. Writing lets you spill your
mind onto a page in a whirl of creativity. It is a beautiful thing to be able to do. So be thankful for your hands and fingers. One Day It Will Happen To You
With diligence and passion combined you will become a great writer, and one day a legion of fans will appreciate your work. You may not have
realized this yet, and it may all seem like a dream, but there is only one thing to do, and that is to keep writing.

Success can start with a simple guest blog post or a first blog post or a trial at a local paper, and like most doors in life, once one opens, so does another. Don’t stop. Keep on writing on. If you don’t see the result now, just know that it just happens with the difference between here and There. And that’s Time.

Think positive, Think different.

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Published by Precious George

Hello. My name's Precious Kc George. A product of the '90's. I'm living, learning and leading. I'm a writer who always look at the bright side of things despite my skanky and painful days. A student, Entrepreneur, Introvert and an avid learner. I love listening to music. I express my musings in words with a passion for world change. If drinking tea a lot is an addiction, i sure am a tea addict. In my spare time, I love singing, writing, sports, watching movies and oh yes also love to keep my two-eyed balls on a good book.

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  1. this is so inspiring! as everything in life, we need to keep moving. once we stop, once we quit, we failed. but as long as we give another step, we will be ok, things will happen.


  2. Thank you for this most encouraging post. For years I ignored the internet, not realising what a wonderful opportunity it provides to share your voice and thoughts, to practice your writing.
    I aim to keep on writing and believing that my gift will make room for me and open destiny’s doors for me.


  3. A very motivating post. Thank you for sharing as it’s exactly what I needed to hear right now!


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