Monday Motivation- Rilla Alexander: Without the Doing, Dreaming is Useless

Rilla Alexander discusses in a very relatable and entertaining way, the all too familiar challenges we all face with taking our ideas from conception to completion.

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4 thoughts on “Monday Motivation- Rilla Alexander: Without the Doing, Dreaming is Useless

  1. I wanted to say thank you for posting this because I have been “trying” to write a piece of work for about a year now. The idea is there, the information is there — it’s the energy that is lacking. What you told me is that my idea is not dead and I am not some horrid person who promises the book and doesn’t deliver. My idea has been resting, learning and growing. Now — for that deadline.

    • Hey SueAnn! I’m so glad this was helpful to you. I continually wrestle with the same issue all the time, I believe most people do, that was a big reason I wrote my ebook. “How to Begin to Believe, 12 Steps to Believing You Can Do What Nobody Ever Told You You Could!”… be sure to sign up for your free copy when its released before the end of the year! The challenge lies in finding the energy to not give up. So you set that deadline and keep going gurl!

      PS. Hey, lets stay in touch and encourage each other until we’re both finished!!

  2. Robin, I appreciate that you stopped by my blog and liked the post “Beneath the Surface of Normal: A Mythical Memoir.” You have an interesting blog, too. I like what your book title says: “Believing You Can Do What Nobody Ever Told You You Could!” Parents of children with developmental disabilities are often been told what their children can’t do, rather than can do. Kudos to you and your inspirations!

    • Hi Jodi, thank you for your insightful comment. I have had some training in working with parents/children with disabilities and I would image that you are right and that’s so unfortunate. I do believe that our ability to accomplish anything starts with believing that it is possible even though it may not be seen by others as probable. Kudos to YOU!

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