Next time I begin a writing project I will: Believe I’m a writer.

A Novel Experience: Writing Lessons I’ve Learned the Hard Way.

Next time I begin a writing project I will: Believe I’m a writer.

Who and what are you?

I’m Lauryn…and?

This is another self confidence/writing confidence post.

Jeff Goins  has an interesting story about how he began to own being a writer.

It seems very simple. Who is someone that writes something? A writer.

That is what I do, and thus that is who I am.

I am….is a powerful phrase.

It is widely misused, and the words we choose to put afterwards are often words that have been passed down to us (good and bad) and not words we choose ourselves.

When was the last time you said the phrase ‘I am’? What was the word that came next?

Not good enough, fat, hopeless, useless, lazy, disheartened, messy, awesome, sexy….are all phrases I have heard recently. Unfortunately more negatives than positives there.

Next time I begin a writing project I will: Believe I’m a writer.

Then my voice will ring true and clear. My message will not be marred with anxiety.

Who am I? I’m Lauryn Lambert and I’m a writer…and a baker, and a traveller, and a tour guide, and …

Are you unsure about whether to call yourself a writer?

What will it change when you do?

believe