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7 Tips to Defeat Your Inner Critic’s Voice And

How to start? What to write about? How to find a niche? So on and so forth

Sometimes we feel so stuck that we want to give up writing altogether and go someplace nice

The art of self-sabotage is hard to understand and even harder to identify

But I kept comparing my journey to others, keep feeling that I am not good enough, I

“Writing is the only thing that when I do it, I don’t feel I should be

I thought being a writer is just drinking coffee, having a house in a beautiful place, and

I would imagine myself sitting on the balcony of my imaginary house, which is in the mountains,

The reality is so much different from that dream, but it’s worth it

I was new to writing and over 1000 people were reading my articles and I thought it was

I know that even if no one reads what I write, I would still write

Finding time to write has always been the biggest hurdle in my writing life

With a job and so many other responsibilities, it is hard to stay consistent with writing

I write when I am commuting to work and I write when I am at work and

If I am sad or angry or anything out of ordinary happens, I thought I needed a

But as Cory Doctorow said, “Write even when the world is chaotic

If you stop at every minor inconvenience, you would never write

A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word

But life is messy and inspiration always comes at weird times

Pay attention to your surroundings or they will pass right by you and you would be left

” — Orson Scott OR “Sometimes the ideas just come to me

It’s a mysterious process, but I hope I never find out exactly how it works

You can only see as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that

If you don’t know how it ends, you don’t know how to get there

You’ll be writing for three-four years and still learn something new every other day

If I had only six minutes to live, I would spend it with my family

When you have to finally read what you have written and you realize it’s not good

Check your grammar and make sure the sentence structure is right, but don’t keep re-writing it

There is no such thing as perfect and you will learn as you grow

Write even when you want to throw your laptop out of the window

Do everything you can so that after years, when you look back, you don’t have regrets

Because, of course, when you finish something you can be judged

After you have written all you want, don’t keep it to yourself out of fear

No one will push you towards your chair, turn on your computer and tell you to write

But do it after you have done everything you have set out to do for the day

I don’t use YouTube except for educational purposes and I even don’t have time to