Unfinished Writing Projects Aren’t ‘Failures’ | The Blank Page

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All writers fail. All writers fail more than once. Even successful writers publish flops.

But it’s important to note that “failing” doesn’t necessarily mean you did something wrong or that you’re somehow regressing in your skill level. Especially when we’re talking about unfinished work.

You should always try to finish what you start. It’s not always an easy thing to do, but the more you do it, the more you’ll build up your confidence and train yourself to honor your commitment to what you’re starting.

However, not finishing things isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Not always, anyway.

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