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  1. Sharon O'Day
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    Great post, Rebecca! When I started creating content online, I went through all the excuses you listed, plus a few more … and wrote only intermittently. In the end it came down to a decision (I AM going to do this and do it well) and a commitment (I will not go to bed on Sunday night until my article is posted). Today I look forward to the creative time I set aside each week to write. Writing is like a muscle … it needs (and loves) to be exercised!

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    • Rebecca Livermore
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      Sharon, you make an excellent point here — that it is all about a decision. I think that decision and commitment go hand in hand, and you can’t really be successful in anything without both a decision and a commitment to then follow through on that decision.

      Thanks so much for stopping by, Sharon! I look forward to getting to know you better.

      Rebecca

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  2. Stef
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    Procrastination and “writers block” (a form of procrastination) are the biggies for me. But they are SO just excuses.

    This is good for me to read today. Especially since I committed at the beginning of the year to blog consistently — and have been seeing results from it. No point in stopping now let’s make more gold!

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    • Rebecca Livermore
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      Stef,

      Thanks so much for your comment. I’m glad to hear that you committed to blog consistently and even happier to know it is paying off for you. I am just now making that commitment myself, so I’m really glad to hear it is working well for you!

      Rebecca

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