Stop Saying These 5 Things (They’re A Prison For Writers)

Remove these 5 things if you want your writing to thrive

Derek Hughes
Practice in Public

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You have so much to offer.

I started writing last year. And thought I was crazy fantasizing about making $100. But today I make $2500/month writing.

So much more is possible.

But you need to remove the lid. That’s capping your growth. Your enemy is not the algorithm. It’s your thinking. Let me show you 5 thoughts that imprison writers. And if they’re holding you back. Remove them.

And watch something magical happen.

1. I can’t help anyone

This is the ‘expert’ constraint.

You don’t think you know enough yet. So how can you help others? It’s brilliant news you’re not an expert. People don’t want experts. They want someone relatable. Who understands them. Who’s been where they are.

Experts impress us. But are too far ahead to be useful.

It’s ok to accept you can’t help everyone. You’re not the fount of all knowledge. But you’re the ideal person to help those 2 steps behind. You can empathize. You know what it’s like. You have real solutions. And you have credibility because they’ve worked for you. Write for the…

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Derek Hughes
Practice in Public

Building a part-time business ($2.5k/month). Showing writers how to grow theirs. Coaching and courses to elevate your writing. Free course www.derekhughes.biz