Julie Ellis

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  1. Emily Richard
    04/10/2015 @ 17:42 PM

    Hey, these sound similar to what I am doing. It must say the additional advice has helped. I can’t believe I ever tried to destroy my dreams of writing and as ranging just because I was afraid of others!!! I now realize it was never broken because it was a part of me all along even when I did not recognize it. Now I will stop procrastinating and just do it to make things really happen in my daily life, at home or on the go. Just follow your heart and desires with all the hard work you can do and thoughts you can put out. This will lead to an emotionally successful life of happiness.

  2. Adeel Sami
    10/21/2015 @ 04:27 AM

    Hello Julie,

    I found this post (a lesson) on JustRetweet and because of I am being hit with the not-writing mood these days because of work and weather change, I am glad I found some good ways to back me up on the stat of writing again very soon.

    I must admit that I had a bad approach to sit in front of laptop and must finish what I am writing. Since, I try to be longer with the content, it often turns out to be hard to complete the piece in first blow and that just kills my passion.

    I will sure follow your tips which are really helpful! And happy to share on my social life!

    ~ Adeel

  3. Mitch Mitchell
    10/21/2015 @ 10:05 AM

    I fully understand this one. When I was halfway through writing my first book I shared it with someone who absolutely hated it. I pouted for a bit… about an hour, before I went back to it. After it was done, I sent it to at least 75 publishers and all of them rejected it. This time around, I decided to have it printed and pay for it myself. Sure, I still have a closet of two full boxes of books, but I sold some as well and continued writing. 🙂

  4. Mitesh Sanghvi
    02/26/2016 @ 03:47 AM

    I must say i really enjoy reading your article, i’m the kind of person who hates all kinds of self-help books i find them silly, but what i read here today felt really good not silly at all, thanks for the tips!