Writers: have faith in your dreams.

We all hold a vision of what our success looks like, that shiny dream that’s so incredibly big and bold, that at times seems unattainable. So how do you maintain the faith when life knocks you off track or your self-doubt kicks in? Well today, I’m going to give you a little pep talk for keeping the spirit of your dreams alive.

Chase your Dreams

“The only thing that’s keeping you from getting what you want is the story you keep telling yourself.” – Tony Robins

Change that negative story to a positive one.

It’s important to have self-belief and crush any negativity by reading my post on how to eliminate that pesky gremlin: self-doubt.

Remember to appreciate your past accomplishments and celebrate the small steps to success. It takes hard work and determination to make it, with a lot of setbacks along the way. You need the good to smooth out the bad. It’s all about balance…. And a little bit of positivity.

I love using daily affermations to boost my self-esteam like:

I am worthy.

I am a published author.

I am capable of anything.

Follow your dreams to the ends of the earth

“Go as far as you can see; when you get there, you’ll be able to see farther.” – J.P Morgan

And you can look back and see how far you’ve come.

Whilst working towards your dreams, its important to hold the vision, make goals and keep them, plus learn from your mistakes. You can read my post on chasing your dreams for inspiration. Don’t forget that life is all about the journey. Take time to enjoy where you are now, because nothing lasts forever, we are constantly evolving, learning and growing as individuals.

“Success seems to be connected to action. Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes, but they never quit.” –John Willard Marriott

Never fear failure, it shows your trying.
Author Lorraine Ambers - fantasy romance writer

Thanks for stopping by. Do you have faith in your dreams? If so, please share them with me. You know I love hearing from you.

Until next time, Much Love.

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© Author Lorraine Ambers and http://www.lorraineambers.com, 2018.

41 thoughts on “Writers: have faith in your dreams.

  1. Fanna

    Positivity is so important in order to achieve anything and being a writer, we need to motivate ourselves and affirmations like this are a great way to do exactly that 😀 Great post!

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  2. You are always such an inspiration! Thank you for sharing all this positivity. 🙂 I’m pretty sure I have faith in my dreams? (lol, okay so maybe not because I don’t sound so confident) But I’ve been committed for more than 7 years so I know it’s something I’ll never give up on.

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  3. Hi Lorraine! Thank you for this great post! It made really feel better about heading my way to make my dreams come true. There’s a lot of self-doubt in me, looking back to the past to regret mistakes I made, hesitating to put everything on one card. But I keep trying even if it’s all about bahy steps.

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    1. Self-doubt is normal, just don’t let it cripple you. And never worry about past mistakes, they all lead to new future choices based on what we’ve previously learnt. Well done for chasing your dreams, it takes courage to follow this path. 💕


      1. Dear Lorraine, thank you so much for your encouraging words. It means a lot for me and it gives me hope I can get to the place where I want to be and do what I love to do. It’s wonderful to meet such supporting person as you are. I don’t find many people around me who really understand why I want to do things differently.

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