….when I look back at the times I’ve had the most success it’s always been when I’ve had the most fun.
…the first Minecraft book I wrote came about when I couldn’t hire a ghostwriter and I did it myself. I had a blast writing it and the readers enjoyed reading it.
…then there was the time I wrote in the romance genre, I hadn’t a clue what I was doing and gave it a go, and now the book has 60 reviews and a 3.7 star rating.
…the first video course came about because I wanted to help authors get started and not out of some big master plan. I just loved putting it together.
Seems that when I’ve enjoyed what I was doing, so have others.
Now I’m not going to go all woo-woo and that kinda stuff, but people do seem to sense when you like what you do and respond to it.
So the moral of the story…
…in a nutshell, if writing and creating kids books is a chore and something you dread, do yourself a favor and get out of the game.
Or anything for that matter.
Even offline businesses. How many stores have you been in where the management and staff hated taking care of you and you haven’t been back?
…in other words…no fun, no mun.
There’s a Facebook group I’m in where the founder’s motto is…Fun and Profit.
Not just fun and profit for him, but for the group as a whole. Because of that it’s honestly the only place Facebook group I visit.
So have fun today, or well…look for something funner. 🙂