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Book of Your Life-How to Write Your Life

Under what genre would you classify the book that is your life, Fantasy, Horror, Politics, Romance, and Economics amongst many things; or is your life simply a paragraph in someone else’s life or are you writing a best seller?

Write the vision down and make it plain. For a book to be a book, it must have a structure, a beginning and an end. Know where it should start and when it should end, know your vision. The title of the book tells us more about the book than anything else. If we look at you or if you look at yourself what title can we place on your life? Is your life book called, “The Suffering of Jane” or is it called “Jane the Billionaire”, or is the title of your book called, “Always Crying” or “I am a Victim” or “Dumped Again and Depressed”. Every person alive has a title for their life it’s just that sometimes they don’t notice it. When you can, take time to review the book of your life, note if the story is going the way it’s supposed to go. If your book is supposed to be about you being wealthy are you living your life such that you get there or are you lost. There is nothing as irritating as a story that loses its flow. Most of us we lose our focus and accept things in life which change the story of our lives. We might have started off with a book which was destined to be a best seller, a book titled, “The Rise of Jane” and now the story title has changed to “How Jane Makes Mistakes and Gives Up”. Instead of an exciting story there is nothing interesting at all, it’s just one depressing book, with no structure, just words.

A chapter in a book is a season of life. Recognize the chapter you are in and maximize the best out of it so that it is interesting. Write the best of your life that you can, if you are building a house that is a chapter in your life, your chapter might be your time at university, your time in a foreign country, time with a career, time of investments and the list goes on. Whatever it is make sure you are writing the best that you can, creating a story you are comfortable with and are destined to be in. A paragraph in a chapter is like the small victories that you have in life. The more the victories the sooner you have an entire chapter. In your life make sure you are building paragraphs in which you are achieving something. Achieve paying the rent on time, achieve, paying your employees, achieve sending email to the persons you love, achieve having a surprise party, achieve selling something new, on a daily or weekly basis make sure your victories are many. Without paragraphs there is no chapter.

A page in a book is like the climbing from one level to the next. It is something which signifies that you have done what you were supposed to do and now you need to go on to the next level. Once you turn a page you have moved on to build a new future. If however you fail to build the paragraphs you will fail to move on to the next page. It is the small victories that make the page turn. The small things in life are the building blocks for anything that is great. Master the small things and you will master the bigger things. Sentences are that energy or rather that effort that you need to create that victory in life, without the sentence there is no paragraph. If you don’t finish the sentence you will not finish the paragraph. The efforts that you do every day make the difference. These efforts include such things as picking up the phone, checking your bank account, looking a person in the eyes, checking time, remembering, and such many things we take for granted. Without these there can be no victory.

Words are the inspiration of life; they remind us of the meaning and symbolize to us what we feel. Use your words careful. A combination of dull dry words can culminate in excruciating stories which make a torturous book whilst, beautifully woven words can be a tapestry for a captivating story. In life there are those things or people that serve as an inspiration in your life, whatever or whoever inspires you is your word. It might be your friend, God, husband, idea or just life itself, whatever it is that is your word and hence your inspiration. Your inspiration is your fuel for writing a sentence which becomes a paragraph, which turns the pages to create the chapters and in the end defines a book. If you have the right inspiration in your life, your book will achieve its objective, it will be a best seller, you will achieve what you wanted to achieve. You will succeed in what you want to achieve. If you neglect what inspires you, what inspires you will be used by someone else to succeed. Love your words and use them wisely, treat them with kindness and respect them. Be true to your words and they will be true to you.

You are writing a book every day, are you progressing well? Do you like the book that you are writing and its title? Are you writing the story that you really wanted or is someone else writing your book for you?

Winston is the author of several books. His breakthrough book was “You Have All Been Fooled”, a book about power, ability, and sheer determination in life. Available on the following
You Have All Been Fooled at Amazon
You Have All Been Fooled at Author’s Page
Winston’s other books include the following
Four Reasons Why Absolute World Peace is Impossible With Humans
The Spark of Life, Success and Relationships
The Book of Revelation Series

  1. Tatenda Soko
    May 15, 2012 at 4:52 pm

    Wow, this was deep and it couldnt have been said any better. I want my book to be a best seller.

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