Stop killing your own success…

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This reminded me of another story…

Believe you can make it work, FOR YOURSELF !

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  • First, I made it clear for myself: I’m just writing for fun.
  • The grammar problem was still there, but that’s why we have all amazing apps that can help you with spelling and grammar.
  • Being an unexperienced writer, I had to find a way to improve my editing and styling. So I simply asked my friend for help.
  • I started learning from other writers on Medium and followed some of their advice on how to structure articles and engage with your audience.

And so here are a few things I’ve learned on the road to (potential) success…

Don’t give up with a first obstacle in your way.

Don’t overcomplicate things

It’s only you who can determine how innovative and successful you’ll be. It’s only you who knows what distinguishes you from the others.

Embrace patience, dedication & determination

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Practice is the best of all the instructors

Getting started is the most difficult step of all.

  • Start.
  • Create a step-by-step plan on how to bring your idea to life.
  • Build. Write. Test.
  • If you fail, learn what worked and what didn’t.
  • Change your plan, try it out again until you find the best possible solution.

Don’t be afraid (or too proud) to ask for an advice

Just remember, miracles don’t happen overnight.

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Ada Ubrezi

Ada Ubrezi

I enjoy researching different topics, occasionally, I’ll turn them into articles.