An article written by Lee Sonogan
Note: This following article will feature in my non-fiction book You, Will, Have Style When You Write One Million Words: UNGROOVYGORDS Advanced Guide For Creative Writing.
There are no quick wins in business – it takes years to become an overnight success. — Richard Branson
Quoting Mario Fortleo “If you want to be an overnight success, you need to be an everyday hustle,” it sums up this chapter quite nicely. A fixation of reactions happening now is nothing to the next day and following days after that. Doubt will happen within established consistency, and you can’t have it all viral due to the long downfall it would have anyway. Wishful thinking of fame of fortune is an indicator that you stuff may not be ready for global attention.
In one sense success in any field or industry, it does not exist. Statically so rare, in most cases, it is the market suddenly valuing a great product or service that has been kept at the smallest eyes possible for too long and the creator/s refused to give up. There is a big difference between an overnight success and an early success. An early success if you seem naturally talented or beneficial to collaborators via mentorship/sponsorship. The overnight success is a nurtured body of work too ready that also speaks for itself.
No matter how people think that writing is easy, overnight successes might be all the same. There is a lot of crap creative written content out there but the myth of 15 years has the potential to be something important no matter what. And most likely beneficial for you anyway to develop strong entrepreneurs skills to be integrated to whatever is next. The dirty secret is getting dirty, clean up for others and rinse and repeat.