Jeff Goins describes himself as “a writer, idea guy, and difference maker.” I can’t vouch for all of that, but I can tell you that he has some ridiculously simple tips for writing a book that really work. He calls his list “10 Ridiculously Simple Tips for Writing a Book.” Follow the link to read them all and ten more bonus tips, too. Here’s my favorite tip.
“Embrace failure. Know that this will be hard and you will mess up. Be okay with it. Give yourself grace. That’s what will sustain you, not your high standards of perfection.”
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