Have you thought about writing a book, by Stephen Outram?

Have You Thought About Writing a Book?

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Are you thinking about writing a book; what would be different if you actually chose it? Choice is an action that creates whereas thinking is a process that loops.

Thinking often produces more thinking and you go round and round in circles caught up in what you should, could, might or might not do; thinking about writing your book, rarely, if ever, will get the book out of your head and into the world.

Choice creates! Every choice you make creates and what you have in your life right now is a result of the choices you have made. If you have no book, then you haven't chosen it yet. With choice you often get more than you imagined or wished for. When you really choose the Universe exponentializes that choice to provide more possibilities than you were aware of before.

Often, people refuse to choose because they fear the changes that may come with that choice. For example, for many years I did not choose anything that would put me in a position of speaking or being up in front of a group of people. I thought I was shy and avoided being seen and being heard; my viewpoint was a great limitation in career, relationships, finances and many other areas of my life. Now I know that choice will create beyond imagined and unreal fears; it facilitates the very adventure of life.

If you have been thinking about writing a book, or anything, and it's not showing up in your life then your thinking is not creating what you desire. Ask yourself this question, often,

"What choices am I refusing to make, that if I make them will begin to create everything I truly desire?"

And with that question, begin to look for the awareness of what you could choose and what is really available to you that you're just not aware of right now.

Remember, thinking produces loops that can trap you in your head; choice creates! What will you choose to create today?

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