The Keys of Becoming a Professional Writer

Don’t bother yourself with writing! It must come from the soul!

Our rule for today reads:

Writing must come from the soul!


Don’t compare yourself with other professional writers who make writing a stressful daily habit.


Jeff Goins says: “You won’t publish a book if you aren’t writing daily. It’s just that simple. And if you aren’t practicing, what you write won’t be worth reading, anyway.”

Problem is here, writing daily means, standing up at 5:00 o’ clock in the morning and writing with discipline, even when we are not in the right mood.

(Jeff explains: ” …years after the first time of forcing myself to get up at 5:00 a.m. and write, the discipline of attacking the blank page feels a little less intimidating.

All habits are this way. The first time is the hardest, and each subsequent experience becomes easier. The effort it takes to begin decreases as your muscle memory takes over. It starts to feel natural, even effortless.”)


Don’t bother yourself with writing!

Certainly one time we are used to stand up at that time, but why bothering our brain at that time? Why forcing us to be productive at that time? Why being a perfectionist in time and productivity?

Whom do we try to convince? Our family, our environment, our friends? Or our big ego?

Do we think we are a pro, when we set our watch early in the morning, are in a hurry and prepare ourselves in our office for filling the empty paper?

Does time decide about success?


What is the difference between a pro and an amateur?

  1. Practice
  2. Discipline
  3. Motivation
  4. Perseverance
  5. Talent for improvisation
  6. The own presentation
  7. Knows how to write
  8. Learning day by day
  9. Accepting and learning from feedback
  10. Knows the own terms he works for


Top achievers are improvisors, not perfectionists. If you want to create more success in your life you have to move forward not knowing all the answers. – Douglas Vermeeren




When we try to develop productivity and stress ourselves in the end, we gain nothing. This leads to pressure and frustration.

Good writing needs practice, for sure, but no pressure.

When the result is bad, we win nothing.

When the thoughts don’t come up, stand up and go for a walk.

Or distract yourself with some housework, meditation or music.


What if you don’t come up with any inspiration at that day?

Don’t punish yourself … don’t criticize yourself …

That does not matter … then write the next day!


All you should do is not giving up!

Having enough self-confidence!

Trusting the own self!


Be consistent enough and write!

And enjoy what you have written!


My goal is to work with you.

I bring your brand as writer, as creative person, to success.


Profile Karin Sebelin


( Karin Sebelin )


I am Karin Sebelin, cross-cultural leadership and branding expert from Germany, your personal coach for bringing your personality to success.

I am a professional writer, author of 2 German children’s books, and co-author in an anthology.


I am author of the behavioral guide

Trust …. the only kind of influence that really matters

Currently I write my next book about ethics.


How can I help you?

Let’s have a chat on Skype, write me an email or phone


I’ll teach you the techniques to develop trust, to develop courage, and to develop enough strength.


Through my coachings, you’ll learn:

  • To trust yourself
  • How to identify what is holding you back.
  • Step-by-step to overcome problems
  • Altering your perspective with regard to fear and trust
  • Developing new techniques for writing
  • What is necessary for success
  • To accept your mistakes and change something
  • Why trust is the aim, and not influence


Conquer your fear now!

Together with me!




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