The best way to predict your future is to create it.
Abraham Lincoln said that. Dude was a genius and a visionary. Today I was reminded just how important it is to follow this motto.
It’s been two years since I’ve started this blog. On a whim, I’ve decided to have a look at my very first post. I had to read it twice, and I was completely overcome by the complex emotions that could only be expressed by “OMG!” and “no way!”
My dream two years ago was for someone to read my not-yet-written book, close it, and want to read more. This is exactly what has happened: I’ve finished a novel, I’ve published it, and, according to Amazon reviews and comments on this blog, people want to read the next installment. Exactly as I have wished for/predicted in that very first post.
Be still, my heart, I have another wish to make:
By 16 October 2017, I want to quit my corporate job and become a full-time writer.
There. The power of intent, and all that. Thank you all for helping make my first dream come true – I gotta go start working on this next one.
Big, big hugs.