Steve Bivans

Author, Fear-Less Life & Self-Publishing Coach

National Procrastination Day?

I wish I had something profound to say today.

But I don’t. I’m feeling pretty lazy and burnt. It’s been a busy weekend, which extended through Tuesday, so this feels more like a Sunday, or Monday than a Wednesday.

Last week took a lot of energy, what with all the shed-building, accidental accupunctures, farmers market fun, birthday-breakfast-zengardening, roadtripping, boating, ash-spreading, fishing, swimming, sun-burning, and junk-food-eating.

So, while I have several topics I’d love to expound upon this week, I haven’t found the energy to sit down and start. So this is a bit of procrastinating, I reckon.

Deal with it.

Steve Bivans is a FearLess Life & Self-Publishing Coach, the author of the Amazon #1 Best Seller, The End of Fear Itself, and the epic-length, self-help, sustainability tome, Be a Hobbit, Save the Earth: the Guide to Sustainable Shire Living, If you want to learn how write and self-publish a book to best-seller status, crush your limitations and Fears, and disrupt the status quo, contact Steve for a free consultation to see how he can help you change the world! CONTACT STEVE

2 Comments

  1. It’s been a terrible procrastination week for me too! Work has actually slowed down a bit. I could have gotten a lot of writing done, but have I? Nope. Not. One. Word. Must try harder…

    • Hi HJ,
      Yeah, it’s tough to get going on what we really need, or want to do, sometimes. There are so many other things to distract us, some of which are really important. I really need to get to work on the End of Fear Itself. I’m gonna try to do some more on it today. I’m struggling with the ‘how’ to approach it. I’ve written a good bit, but not sure how I want to ‘drop in’ to it, if you know what I mean? What angle do I want to take? Do I start in with one of my own Fear stories? That’s the way I’m leaning right now. Or do I begin with someone else’s dramatic story? I’m feeling more like I want and need to tell more of my own story in this book, one, because I know my own story better than I do others, and two, because it might resonate better. I will still use other stories, as well, much as I did in Be a Hobbit, but I’m not sure, at this point, exactly how to drop into it. Probably, I should stop thinking about it, and just fuckin’ write… lol

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