Saturday, June 14, 2008

Goals Are Important - Get Started!

It is about five-thirty AM and I woke up this morning thinking that I was all written-out. I woke thinking that I had not one more word left in me to write about. Yet I had this determination to write at least four or five articles. And this I did. So how did I do it? When I woke and when I realized that I did not feel like writing, I simply went to the computer and began writing about writing. And then I wrote about writer's block. And then I kept on writing other articles. You might not see them all here yet as they are in the process of being approved, but I did write them. I am happy that I achieved my second goal today. (My first goal was to get up and remember to pray).

Ah, and yet it is not even seven-thirty AM and I have achieved two goals already. What more can I say. This morning at five-thirty AM, I am successful! Smile, you can do it too.

Before you go to bed write your goals on a piece of paper. Write your short-term goals. And in the morning do one single thing that makes you get closer to achieving your first or second goal. Do this every single night and at the end of the year, before the silver ball strikes the ground in Times Square this year, you will have accomplished so much in your life. I have a few more sentences to write and then I will have achieved my third goal for the day. WOW! Three goals in one day, and an entire day to accomplish more. This is how you get past writer's block. You just begin writing and you refuse to stop writing. That is all you need to do.

Just write!

By Linda A. Perry

Linda Perry, a published author, creator of genuine, unique television shows that air on Time Warner and on Cablevision in New York City. A warm-hearted individual who gives a voice to those who have been silent all along. This author produces television shows about almost all topics that help people in their lives. Many of the shows are entertainment; some are information and resources and still others are festivals, fiestas, and community events that bring all people together in one place in the city or in the country.

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