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More than Settled – a Journey to Greatness

“Maybe you answered the call but at some point gave up. You started down the road but decided to retire or settle, and at some point you let go. You settled for good when you were called to greatness.” Jeff Goins – The Art of Work How did he know? How had he managed to …

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Motivating my Writing

Getting a kick in the pants is usually what it takes to get me going again when I slow down. This morning the kick came – over and over and over. It just seemed that every word I read (from my prayer book for my children to the devotionals that I receive online to the …

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Find the Hidden Motivation for Success

The kids and husband are gone for the day. The quiet of the house should stir my muse so that the words flow out of control. It does not take long for me to suspect that my muse stowed away in the car when the family left. The worst part comes with the realization that …

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Writing Challenge for Nov 14

The best fiction comes from real life. “You just can’t make that up.” The true stories that we see around us, read about in the paper or that have been passed down from generation to generation can give life to an entire novel. Look around you. Let the inspiration of reality be the thing that …

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Writing Inspiration – More Ways to Find Great Ideas

The more places you can uncover a little writing inspiration then the happier you will keep your muse. A happy muse will keep the articles flowing no matter what else may be going on around you. Finding Writing Ideas with Lists Write about all of the places that you have lived in your lifetime. The …