Apr 30

Trust The Process

Trust the process…and trust one’s self.
I believe this to be true for so much in life.
It is something I encourage in my clients when it comes to their books because it is a deep exercise in self-discovery whether one realises it or not. And it doesn’t stop in the book creation stage – because once the manuscript is written, there is a lot of layers to go to turn that digital document into the shiny cover book you hold in your hand and see proudly positioned on Amazon.
Trust yourself to believe in your story and knowledge/wisdom/lessons enough for you to own it and share.
Trust yourself to write the best book that you can from where you are at the time with guidance.
Trust in the greater powers that whoever needs to read your book will find it, helped along with your marketing efforts.
Trust that all of the design stages and the sharpening of the content will serve your readers.
When you release the pressure on yourself for “perfection” and return back to what the core purpose was – to serve others, you can let go of the worries, of the “head stuff”, of the sleepless nights.
You can actually really relax into and enjoy the process – as writing, especially of this type, can be deeply reflective and incredible. You can learn a lot about yourself that may not have been so apparent, and to see your first few words on a page grow into a full-sized book is a wonderfully rewarding journey.
Allow it to be easy, allow it to be in flow, allow it to be all of the things that you imagined it to be, as writing a book is a dream for a lot of people that have considered it for a long time before they do it.
It was for me and it was one of the most transformational and satisfying journeys.
Just remember to get out of your own way in order to enjoy… and if you find that, or any of the process a challenge and require support then I have your back.
Reach and out to connect or using this link below drop me a message.


You can read my full story here, from when I was ten years old and what happened to me. I was admitted to a psychiatric unit at fifteen and continued to suffer throughout my adult life with feelings of self-hatred, fear, darkness and not knowing who I was. I used addictions to help me to cope on the outside when the inside was chaotic. I finally found my healing and had a burning desire to share this with the universe to give love, hope and inspiration to others in pain.

Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass

Anton Chekhov