You Can Get Your Book Done in 5 Seconds

September 24, 2017

 

What if I told you that it takes less than 5 seconds to get your book done and all you had to do was click here and request a Get Your Book Done strategy session.  

 

But if you are like most people, you didn't take advantage of that opportunity.

 

You don't believe me.

 

You want to read more in order to know what the heck I'm talking about. You think getting your book done in a few seconds is impossible, but you're curious enough to keep reading.

 

The truth is getting your book done really isn't about knowing the details of the process, it's about the decision to actually do it, and a willingness to stay in action while learning the process as you're moving along. 

 

And that comes right back to making a split second decision about something you already know you want to do.  

 

The decision is really this:

 

Are you going to do it or not?

 

You can make that decision is five seconds or less.

 

While you're hesitating, your brain is at work to thinking about all the possible risks and it basically keeps you from doing anything tangible towards your goal.

 

This morning after my run, without thinking, I clicked on a youtube video with Mel Robbins talking about why we aren't able to accomplish our big goals and how it comes down to five seconds.

 

In the video, She says "motivation is garbage" and that when faced with a decision about something we know would benefit us, thinking about it longer than 5 seconds triggers a flight mechanism in our brains. The brain automatically kicks in to steer us away from taking what it perceives as a risk. It then comes up with a million ways  to stop us. I know that clicking here is a risk and your brain wants to keep you in your comfort zone. 

 

But clicking here is simply a conversation to move you one step closer to getting your book done.

 

Getting your book done is simply a series of 5 second decisions that lead to action.  I believe this small action will move you closer to your goal of what you truly want for yourself and your life. 

 

All you have to do is click here. 

 

 

 

Alicia N. Ingram is a ghostwriter and book editor that helps aspiring authors start and finish their books. To receive more free information, inspiration and "The 5 Tips For Finally Getting Your Book Done" checklist, click here to sign up for the mailing list.. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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