Why I'm so excited to help YOU become a successful author

There was a time where, if I wasn’t fighting my own insecurities, I was fighting all the insecurities of others.

In my head, I had all these questions like, am I good enough? Will I ever be good enough? Then on top of that, there were people telling me that writing wasn’t a real career, that it wasn’t something I would be able to make anything out of; that I was fighting a battle that I wouldn’t win and that I should do something else.

Having people tell me to give up writing was like telling me that I was useless, worthless, and didn’t have a place in this world. So on a cold Monday morning, I decided that it was either time to give up, on my dreams of a career and on my life, or find a solution. Enter The Authorship Program®.

The Authorship Program® is a book, it’s a course, it’s audio, video, and soon to be app, all with the same singular purpose: to spread the message that if you are a writer, all your issues are emotional, and the only person holding you back is YOU.

You’re your own worst enemy - and so if you use this program to help you become the best version of yourself mentally, emotionally and spiritually you’ll be unstoppable.

I don’t ever want anyone to ever feel the same way I did on that day, ever.

  • I felt that I’d never find the health, wealth, happiness and success I’d always dreamed of through a career in writing (but I did.)
  • I felt like I would never feel free of the mental cost of being a creative, free-spirited human being (but I am.)
  • I felt like my creative work didn’t have any value or place in the world (but it does.)

Writers deserve to feel good about the work they do. It's a destiny, not a choice - one that you deserve to feel good about, enjoy the pursuit of, and live through without insecurity.

You can’t let your insecurities prevent you from living it. It’s self-harm. It’s self-inflicted pain. And it’s a pain that won’t ever go away unless you find a way to deal with it.

You’re welcome to use mine.

Over to you:

What are you hoping to do as a writer and creative in the next year? Let me know in the comments below!

Stephanie Lennox