How Fear of Writing Paralyses One:A Way To Keep Up

How Fear of Writing Paralyses One:A Way To Keep Up
08 Dec 2015


Even the psychology experts have recognized and concluded that “fear “paralyses one. It
makes you feel overwhelmingly powerless or clueless to move in any direction. This
paralysis of course cannot make you achieve what you wish to, so you begin to circle round
the objective thinking every alley is hopeless and exhausting. Then you begin to think about
throwing your hands up in the air and giving up to just retreating back to your regular job.
When you are in this situation, you need to make a move, no matter how small towards
the objective even if it might seem unreasonable. It can be the most difficult thing for you to
do especially when you feel it’s too little to be compensated. You just have to MAKE A
MOVE.A journey of a thousand miles, they say begins with a step! That’s the reason long time ago I began my journey and Murdering Your Writing Fears my awesome ebook has cut down the fears of many. The fear that you can exceptionally succeed in the art. But many more
have not realised that they can and have been affected by fear of success. It might sound like
an oxymoron, but for some, the thought of everything becoming too big to handle is enough
to make them numb and action less.
The oldest clue to overcome this, is to take it one step at a time and worry about success
when you get to the bridge.

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The Author of four (4) Books including the Best seller Millionaire Essayist. Julius is a part time freelance writer and a regular contributor to County Media Group (CMG), The Publisher of The County Times Kenya since 2011 and Media Blackberry, The publisher of The African Bulletin, The first African Newspaper to be published in the Netherlands since 2002. He is a three times recipient of TBS/ARSO Essay Prize and a connoisseur of words who likes writing well and helping others do so. He helps writers establish themselves in a competitive web world and find their will without going hungry. He currently lives in Dar es salaam, a busy city in Tanzania, eating enough food to be too heavy to kidnap.
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