Wasteland Kings

Tag: success

When people ask me about my recent trip to Ethiopia, I tell them about the two biggest lessons I learned from the trip. The first lesson was that I thrive when I’m working with other people towards a single goal. While that may sound obvious or odd for a writer, I found it to be a powerful truth. Describing some of my day to day life will help explain the significance of this truth. I spend most of my days pursuing…

Hey Everybody, I apologize for not having a post ready yesterday morning. I woke up a couple days ago with a painful crick in my neck and it’s stolen most of my focus over the last couple days. Hopefully, it should subside by the end of the weekend and I’ll have a post ready for Monday morning. It frustrates me to post nothing because I struggle with performance and never want to let people down. This provides me a great…

In a couple of months, I’m going to be setting off to California for my first writer’s conference. This will be my first chance to talk with people from the industry and pitch my book and I’m pretty nervous about it. The title of this blog will become my motto over the next couple months or I’ll probably go crazy. Those are the only two options because if I  assume that my success relies on my efforts, anxiety and stress…

So I assumed that I would be finished with the first draft of my book by this point in time and that’s not the case. I’m actually at about the same point in the book that I was when I posted my last book update. That’s because I’ve had to throw quite a bit of work out and while that’s been frustrating I’m glad that I did it. I’m not just glad because I’m headed in a better direction either…