Free eBook Good Enough

Good Enough has become somewhat of a viral phenomenon.

I had no idea it would become so popular. Especially since I thought it was far from perfect, but if I had waited until it was “perfect” it would never have been published!

Kind of ironic, really.

It’s about overcoming doubt, starting and creating even if you have not reached perfection yet, to stop waiting for someone’s approval to do what you want or need to do.

It’s about doing it, whatever your ‘it’ is!

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You will also receive a free copy of The Writer's Manifesto.

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What readers are saying:

Encouraging, inspiring and motivating! "Good Enough" gives us permission to stop striving for perfection and approval from others, while teaching us that we are already "good enough", leading to more productivity and personal satisfaction.

~Lauren Huss

 "Good Enough," is a book which will free those who feel they just don't measure up. With quotes, and words of encouragement, Bryan Hutchinson reaches through this eBook and tells you what you've always wanted to hear. That you can do it. You don't have to be perfect. You are "good enough." You'll want to pass this on to those who struggle with their self-esteem. You really will.

~Anne Gollias Peterson

"Good Enough" reminds us that we, and our efforts, are more than good enough.

Through his affirmations, Hutchinson tells us again and again that we have the strength and perseverance to accomplish all our goals and then some. The quotes he includes (from famous authors and entrepreneurs) inspire and uplift us, showing us that others have been where we are and have overcome doubts and obstacles to succeed in their respective fields. Finally, Hutchinson shares his own struggles and triumphs to make the journey personal and relatable.

"Good Enough" was more than good enough for me, and I believe it will be for you, as well.

~Staci Smith Troilo

 "Good Enough" is a wildly encouraging book written in an upbeat tone that convinces you to take a risk, pursue your passion, and have fun."

~Emily Buller

"Good Enough" is for anyone who struggles with self-doubt and feel they must constantly strive for perfection. Through the words of this book, Bryan Hutchinson teaches us that though we are not perfect, we are good enough. When we realize that being good enough is all we need to achieve our goals, we will stop saying “I can’t” and begin saying, “I can.”

~Joan Hall

Reading "Good Enough" is like having a personal trainer right at your side when you really need to hear the words, "Don't give up," he's there, reminding you, "You can do it."

~Marilyn Luinstra

For too long I've allowed perfection to be the excuse for not producing the book I've always wanted to write. Bryan's eBook exposes the dangers of seeking perfection, "There's a part of us that constantly seeks perfection and approval and if we do not take control of it, it will take control of us."

"Good Enough" pointed me to the truth that I should embrace doing my best instead of striving for my writing to be perfect. When I did, I found myself accomplishing more than I thought I could, and better than I ever imagined.

For anyone who has struggled with perfectionism, this is a must read. Kudos to Bryan Hutchinson for unveiling the truth: perfection is a myth!

~Maria I. Morgan

"Good Enough" is a visual treat to read. I love the creativity and the fresh approach which fits the theme of being free from perfectionism. The encouragement to write not to seek approval but simply to express your creativity sets me free.

~Sharon Rose Gibson

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  • Eileen Martin

    I was just introduced to your site today, Bryan, and want to thank you for the free booklet. Although the thoughts were straightforward and in theory basic, they spoke to me as someone who just quit my job to risk everything to write my first book and search for a literary agent. I have a lot of related work ahead of me (e.g., setting up a blog, increasing my social media exposure, finishing the book), but it was still encouraging to read the words that reflect my current state of mind. Thanks for the jumpstart!

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  • Hi Bryan! I love your blog…just discovered it, and boy, do I need it! I signed up to get the blog via email, but did not get the free ebook. How do I go about that? Thanks!

    • Hi Kate, you should have gotten an email to confirm your subscription and after that you would receive a follow up email with the link to the book. If you haven’t received, check your spam / junk folder. Let me know. If not, we’ll work it out. Sometimes it can take a couple hours for some reason. But check those folders just in case.

      • Thanks! Looking forward to it. I’m under deadline for a craft beer book and I alternate between having the shakes (not good enough) and feeling better after I’ve written something!

        • I can help you with that, ASAP: What you’re experiencing is uncomfortable, but absolutely normal. It means you have something to say.

          • Thank you. So nice to know I’m not alone in this world.

          • I like that. I’m having the same problem as Kate so I’ll take your advice to her as to me, too! 2 for 1 sale.

  • awe ayodeji

    hi bryan, i’m new to writers blog i just created my own website and i was looking for inspiration on how to go about it. thank God google brought me here. all i need to becoome a great writer is here. keep up the good work

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  • I also like to read that blog. My writing experience shows me that I have to improve my skills permanently and recently I have found an interesting post to share with you –, I have already checked those tips )

  • solisworx

    There was nothing in the Writer’s Manifesto I could not agree with. I cannot give up. All my works are real for me and I refuse to write crap or sell myself cheap or short, too much has already been sacrificed. I’ll lay down the quill when my last breath is released and the devil take those who cannot see the pearls before their eyes. Peace to all my fellow writers, whatever may be the subject of your ink. – Jon Solis.

  • I am beginning a new blog called “Knowin’ U” and it is sure to have some content that will align with “being yourself” and I decided to forget the cliche’ that my blog should be like everyone else’s. I post constantly about doing things as an individual, not worrying what others think. As well, I will NOT give up either.

  • Vallerie Sharmain Smit

    Thank you, Bryan, your booklet “The Writer’s Manifesto” helped hushing the storm raging around me. I almost got lost in the writers world of do’s and don’ts. But the Lord kept me and gave me the right information and the right time. Thanks for the glimpse of hope, it was such a blessing to read!