Thirty third in the Motivational series. What could I possibly talk about after that many weeks? LET’S FIND OUT TOGETHER. Just come into my basement, children.
I don’t have a basement.
So I’ve covered dozens of topics at this point in the Motivational series (not including the mini-reviews), and it’s been a real struggle each week to find a topic unique enough that it warrants a Motivational, without treading over the same ground again and again.
And I do walk some parallel paths in these, don’t I?
A hundred words seems like enough stalling, doesn’t it?
So today it’s a simple motto:
“I’m killin’ it and I’m gonna keep killin’ it.”
The improper words are required or it doesn’t count.
Sounds a little arrogant? Maybe. But let me ask you this, O Reader: How many words have I written this year?
Oh, is that all? Well, yeah, I think I’ve earned a little haught.
I’m 230 days into this Year of Writing and I haven’t slipped yet. I haven’t faltered. I’m impressed with myself. I’m incredibly scared of failing. So I talk myself up. I keep my spirits high.
Other people are doing this, too. Others are giving themselves pep talks in the mirror before an important business meeting. Before a date. Before a sports competition.
This year is important, and every day that I succeed is another day I didn’t fail. And every day I didn’t fail is one more day I tell myself “Good job. Way to keep it up. Now get some rest cause you gotta do it again tomorrow.”
And I do. And so do you.
You’ve gotta believe in yourself, and part of that is being a little bit of a braggart when no one’s looking.
So yeah, I’m Killin’ It and I’m gonna keep on Killing It as long as I can, and I’m always gonna remember to write the hell on.