Here’s how you can practice the art of commitment

People always ask me how to write a book. One of the first things I mentioned is this: it takes commitment. It’s that simple. You must put in the time and follow through to have that published book in your hands.

You have to commit to writing it.
You have to commit to having it produced (edited and created).
You have to commit to publishing it (or pursuing traditional publishers).
You have to commit to marketing and promoting your book.

I know life is busy and overwhelming. It most certainly is that way for me too. Although true, you must figure out how to make it work. Otherwise, it won’t get done.

If you’ve been struggling to stay committed to something, you’re not alone. It’s hard to stay focused and motivated when it comes to long-term goals and tasks. The good news is that there are ways to practice commitment and make it easier to stay on track.

First, set realistic goals. Trying to do too much too quickly can be overwhelming and discourage you from staying committed. Break your goal down into smaller, achievable tasks and set a timeline. This will help you make progress while still allowing you to take breaks and celebrate your successes along the way.

Second, practice self-discipline. Commitment requires you to stay focused and motivated, even when things get tough. Try to create a regular schedule for yourself and stick to it. Make sure to take breaks and give yourself some flexibility, but try to stick to your plan as much as possible.

Third, find a mentor or accountability partner. It’s easier to stay committed when you have someone to support you and help you stay on track. Find someone who can give you practical advice and provide accountability. This person can help you stay motivated and keep you from giving up on your goals.

Finally, reward yourself. Celebrate your successes and reward yourself for meeting your goals. This will help you stay committed and motivated to keep going, even when things get tough.

Commitment doesn’t come easy, but with practice, you can stay focused and motivated to achieve your goals. 

Published by Kennisha Griffin

Kennisha Griffin is an author of eight inspirational books that are fiction and non-fiction, and has served the writing community for 15 years. She is the owner of Create and Blossom Studios, a book writing, publishing, and publicity firm that helps authors establish their new careers and share messages of hope. Kennisha and her family reside in Central Texas.

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