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From Self-Doubt to Self-Confidence: How Writing a Book Can Help You Believe in Yourself

From Self-Doubt to Self-Confidence: How Writing a Book Can Help You Believe in Yourself

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Meiko S. Patton
·Feb 26, 2023·

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This is an expanded 10-part series delving individually into the reasons why you should write a book and why I should be your guide based on this post.

Reason #1: A book is an instant confidence booster

Being an author automatically sets you apart from the average person. Authors are often perceived as experts or authorities in their chosen fields, and this gives them a sense of credibility and authority that is not typically available to most people. Besides, the word author is embedded in the word authority. You can't have one without the other.

  • How do you normally feel about authors?

  • Do you treat them differently from the average person?

  • What sort of impression do you get when you're introduced to an author?

When people perceive you in a high and elevated way, you begin to feel better about yourself. That's why writing a book is an instant confidence booster. Most people treat authors as celebrities.

  • And imagine if your book hits Amazon's #1 Best-Seller Status.

  • What would that do for your confidence and self-esteem?

The process of writing a book requires a significant amount of discipline, focus, and determination. When you complete a book, you prove to yourself that you have what it takes to accomplish a significant goal. This sense of accomplishment can be a huge confidence booster, as it will make you feel more capable and confident in your abilities.

Achieving best-seller status on Amazon can be a huge confidence booster, as it signifies that your work is not only valuable but also popular and in high demand. When you see that your work is resonating with readers and having an impact, it can give you a tremendous sense of pride and boost your self-esteem. I felt that way after my book, How a Postage Stamp Saved My Life hit that status.

Here are five more ways that writing a book can boost your confidence:

  1. It proves that you have something valuable to offer. Writing a book requires knowledge, expertise, and a unique perspective on a particular topic. By publishing a book, you are demonstrating that you have something valuable to offer to the world, which can be a huge confidence booster.

  2. It requires discipline and hard work. Writing a book is not an easy task. It requires a significant amount of discipline, focus, and determination to see it through to completion. Completing a book can be a huge confidence booster, as it proves that you have the dedication and persistence to tackle a difficult challenge.

  3. It increases your visibility and influence. Publishing a book can help you build your brand and establish yourself as an expert or authority in your field. This increased visibility and influence can be a huge confidence booster, as it can make you feel more important and respected.

  4. It helps you overcome self-doubt. Writing a book can be a daunting task, and it's natural to experience self-doubt along the way. However, completing a book can be a huge confidence booster, as it proves to yourself that you have what it takes to overcome obstacles and achieve your goals, especially when you have a trusted guide.

  5. It can give you a sense of purpose and pride. Writing a book is an incredibly fulfilling experience. When you are passionate about your topic and see the impact that your book has on others, it can fill you with purpose and pride.

The act of creating something that is valuable and meaningful to others is a feeling like no other.

I want that feeling for you.

So come join me in my AI Amazon Author 30-day March Madness Challenge.

Writing Accountability for Success

There's an old African Proverb that says, "If you want to go fast, go alone, if you want to go far, go together."

Sign up for the AI Amazon Author Challenge and I will be your accountability partner along the way with weekly Zoom meetups and office hours to help you write that masterpiece.

Our 4-Week Workflow Outline

  • March 5-11 = Outline 4 AI books

  • March 12- 18 = Write 4 AI books

  • March 19-25 = Design/Edit 4 AI books

  • March 26-31 = Upload 4 AI books to Amazon

  • Note: This is not a copy-and-paste challenge. AI will only be used as our dutiful assistant.

AI Handwriting on the Wall

According to this Business Insider article, AI is helping your company decide who to lay off. So, now is the time to take advantage of AI before it takes advantage of you. Use it to your advantage by writing 4 ebooks in 4 weeks with my Amazon AI March Madness 30-day challenge. There is no cost to you to join, except the cost of inaction. I believe in you. Will you?

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