My bullet-point list on Motivation:
– Every day, even when you’re scared and self doubting always open your work and read the things you wrote before.
– Start with little things and write what you think should be the next action to follow in the story.
– Even the worst thing you ever wrote can easily become good writing on the day you take the time to edit it.
– Readers prefer action opposed to description, so be sure to mingle the two as much as you can.
– Be your best reader and your own greatest fan.
– Writing is like any other profession in the World: it takes practice, dedication and you have to do it even when you don’t want to.
– Don’t pay any attention to nonconstructive criticism, you know you’ve got what it takes.
– Your best teacher is yourself while reading other author’s novels, so never stop reading.
– There’s always a matching word for every feeling and the perfect action to convey that feeling. That’s why actions speak louder than words.
– Never sleep, eat or talk too much, but you can write as much as you want – leave the editing for tomorrow.
– Never forget to live the life outside your novel, the one they call your own, for that’s only unfold through your own body action.
– Keep writing.
Here are several great tips on Motivation To Write at Writing.com, I already try on a daily basis.