“The thing you never try, always fails.”
“Part of our fear is that we think we have to do everything all at once.
We’re afraid of the size of the dream or the magnitude of the mission.
We think we have to accomplish everything in one sitting.
The enormity of that expectation paralyzes us.
I can’t write an entire book in one afternoon.
But I can do just about anything for 60 minutes.
That’s not too scary.
I can handle that.”
If you’re an author, and lots of you are, you are going to sign books. Here’s a trick my friend Robert D. Smith taught me.
Always sign in blue sharpie, not black. Why? Well, the publisher can publish in black. Sometimes books are printed with a signature. If you sign in blue though, readers know with completely certainty that you actually signed it. It’s a small thing, but small things can be awesome.
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