……a year can be a long time, or a short time depending on what you’re doing. This time last year I didn’t see me…
…creating an email course, a coloring book course, or half of the content in WriteCome.
Heck, WriteCome wasn’t even on my radar a year ago.
…I also didn’t think I’d 365 emails in me, and be able to come up email ideas every day.
….I didn’t think I’d ever be able to speak to camera, because listening to myself on audio was enough to make me cringe.
…I didn’t know that picking up a book by Dan Meredith would have a huge influence. His Facebook group, an even bigger one.
And that’s only part of it.
Now this isn’t me bragging or bigging myself up, because I’m not.
I’m the first to say that I didn’t see any of that coming.
Back then I had a kids picture book course that I wasn’t sure anyone would buy until David Lee Martin told me to give it a go.
If I didn’t take that step, I doubt anything after that would have happened.
Same goes for you.
A year from now you could be a far different position than you are now.
It only takes one step.
Getting out of your comfort zone.
Once you do things that make you feel uncomfortable, make you cringe, and can embarrass the pants off of you, you realise what a fool you’ve been for holding yourself back.
Because it is ‘you’ that’s holding you back.
A year from now you could be in a far different position than you are now.
Who knows what you’ve got locked away, until you take that first step.
And sometimes you’re going you’re not going to fall taking it.
But each time it’s going to get easier.
I know you can do it.
I also haven’t gone back to that first course to listen back to it. I’d probably cringe at the mistakes in it. But it’s better to look forward than backward.