By Rory C. Keel
I revisited an article on success written when I served as President of the Panhandle Professional Writers organization. It helps to keep me moving forward and successful in my writing.
President’s report by Rory Craig Keel
“The word successful is an adjective that is defined as “accomplishing an aim or purpose.”
Some of us have been successful in our writing by simply starting the writing process, or by learning how to write better. Others have been successful in completing and having a piece of work published. Yet others were successful in marketing their completed and published works.
Being successful is not a static or finite level a person reaches, never to be pushed off as if they were playing King of the Hill, but it is a description of someone that continues to move forward in their goals.
January 2010 PPW Window,
Here is my simple plan for success.
1. Today – Set an achievable goal and meet it.
2. Tomorrow – Set an achievable goal and meet it.
3. The day after tomorrow – Set an achievable goal and meet it.
When I set small goals and meet them, that’s success.
Don’t wait to be successful, do it today.