At the end of my writing week, I enjoy chewing over my accomplishments. When I receive notification of an acceptance, excitement bubbles through my veins. When I see the printed article that might have a thousand readers, I’m amazed.
The question is: “Why do I continue to write?”
- What is my drive, the passion, the motivation?
- Why do I continue to write? Is it for money?
- Is it for applause? See me, see what I can do?
Obviously the big money isn’t the answer for me. Applause—no, I like kudo’s, but more than that is the drive to help others.
But what about you?
Ask yourself these questions:
- How do you find incentive to write for others?
- What is the reason you schedule time to write?
- When you write, are you engrossed and excited?
Write a paragraph in response and post it in the comment section.
Thoughts from Lionhearted Kat
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