the rate at which I've acheived them, extrapolate outward, and
conclude that I will absolutely, certainly be a successful author.
True, I'll be 168 years old, but statistics don't lie.
What's most interesting about this calculation is that it's entirely
within my power to change. I can:
* write more stuff, faster
* write better stuff
* change my definition of "success"
In thinking about self-doubt, I find that it is nearly always
punctured by understanding that my success as a writer is not a
function of what other people do or think. It derives from my attitude
and my efforts.
Is self-doubt a burden? It is for me, but it's one I can handle. I'm
confident of that.
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