Writing first Book

Write the first book

J. P. Cane is a long-time reader and first author of vampire stories.

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Things I learnt from my first book

But actually doing it actually does feel a little surroundal. I have learnt some great first-hand classes during this torture, which I now use for other parts of my life: Things will come no matter how perfectly your schedule is (at least for me).

In spite of the imperfections of the plans, it is worth making arrangements. If I hadn't had a schedule, I wouldn't have written my work. It is often more important than the design itself because it makes you think more consciously about what can be happening. Which I' m gonna do next time:

Recognise what I don't know and include more buffering in my schedules. I suggest you don't waste so much of your precious little hours perfecting my schedule once I've taken most of the usual hurdles into account. When you miss a period instead of squandering power that's tough on myself, I'll think about what I haven't taken into account that affected my schedule and use this information for my next projects.

As I was composing this script, there were times when I tried to make it right the first few times, and I soon found myself fixed. It took a long while, and it was only when I recalled that rewriting was really about rewriting that I took the liberty of closing a section before going back to edit something.

Usually the first thing you do is the silliest. It will be your first baddest ever...... and it will only get better and better afterwards. When you put too much value on making it right the first try, you will overexert, strain and disappoin.

A lot of folks never do anything new because they can't overcome the fear of doing something for the first while. Two years ago, I didn't finish this volume because of this fear. Now, I realize that in order to reach a target, the actual work is to work (every day) towards that one.

Which I' m gonna do next time: I would like to point out that there is no brief that my work must be done perfectly the first and that the first will always be my most serious. If you know this, you can act faster to get good feed-back for adjusting my schedule. I' m staying agile to modify my schedule according to the feedbacks I get and staying able to work under pressure to keep going, even when other things are in the way.

Well, if I hadn't had a target last year to start writing a work. You know, I wouldn't have wrote that work. By the time I aimed, I didn't know how to make a script, I only knew I wanted to do it. Dreams to Reality Fieldbook was not only a product of realizing my objective, it was also my guide to attaining it.

When I was composing this volume, I used the following pages to test the efficacy of my work. The section on breaking down obstacles that are inevitable in the pursuit of your objective was particularly useful. Which I' m gonna do next time: Keep setting yourself targets and following and refining the moves in my books to achieve even more results in my Iife.

If you set yourself a target, don't think too much about HOW I would reach my target and rely on it being a question of getting there before I do. I already increased my stake when I chose to make my next destination, a journey around the globe, which will take place at the end of this year.

Now if you have no purpose, I suggest that you stop what you are doing and select something you want and make it your one. When you have difficulty selecting a destination, setup a small one (e.g. wake up 5 min early, decide to start reading a textbook within a year etc) and start now.

When you' re going through a hard period, read Robert's articles about how to get better and if you're having problems getting what you want out of your own lives, see how you can always do it.

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