Wildine Pierre talks about her latest book ‘On My Way To Greatness’ & her passion to help others unleash their true potential

Wildine Pierre offers a unique and beautiful experience with her books. With a gentle sense of humor and a lot of belief, she creates a path to self-improvement. Her most anticipated release is 2022’s On My Way To Greatness: Understand the Power of Affirmations, Unlock Your Full Potential, and Manifest the Power Within You.

What is it all about? It focuses on how you can get yourself unstuck and immersed in the world of opportunities out there. Whatever is holding you back might be mostly dependent on you, so by working with your own mindset and beyond, you can change many aspects of your life, including those that seem unsurmountable now.

Despite external factors, you can contribute a lot to your success. Often the first step is learning how to get out of your own way and discovering all the greatness you are capable of. The book On My Way To Greatness: Understand the Power of Affirmations, Unlock Your Full Potential, and Manifest the Power Within You will potentiate your growth and open many doors for you, no matter where you want to go by working with what is within your control: yourself.

The book offers strong self-development strategies that are practice-oriented and that help you unlock the power of self-affirmations. These strategies can be employed for many situations in your life, such as greater self-awareness, success, happiness, self-confidence, and more. The strategies also consider powerful and successful figures and apply their experience to bring it closer to yours.

Wildine is a passionate writer with a focus on empowerment. She writes honestly and draws from her background in healthcare and psychology research, which allows her to achieve new heights and bring the reader insights without overloading them with information. Her topics involve living the life you truly want and making your dreams a reality, as well as finding your authentic purpose. Every bit of information she provides is delivered warmly and effectively. 

She focuses on topics like attitudes, emotional resilience, assertiveness, setting boundaries, saying no, and changing one’s mind to better answer the many challenges of the modern world. Her writing is rooted in her experience, and her personal anecdotes and stories that reveal her genuine self are a great asset to her work. 

Wildine Pierre speaks several languages. She lives in northern California with her two sons, a loving husband, and a couple of huskies who complete their wonderful family. She is a marathon runner and an avid traveler but is not above playing a fun game or watching an engaging show either. Wildine applies her own strategies to empower herself and build a life that allows her to share success with other people.

You can find books from Wildine Pierre on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and all the main retailers that offer self-help and similar literature. You can get them as paperbacks or enjoy the digital versions on the go. Stay tuned for future releases and check out other works by Wildine Pierre, such as Nursing unveiled: the hidden truth about nursing and how to survive as a new graduate, which details her experiences in healthcare with a guide for new arrivals.



We had the pleasure of interviewing Wildine Pierre. Here are the excerpts from the Interview.

Hi Wildine, Great to have you with us today! Please tell us about what you do. 

I am a writer, author, nurse, entrepreneur, and inspirationalist, but writing makes me feel alive. I get the whole fuzzy feeling inside when I’m onto something; you know, the one you get when you fall in love. That’s how I knew it was one of my callings.

Have you always wanted to be a writer? 

OMG, yes, since I was 14, I have written an entire book of poems (36, to be exact, in 3 languages). My high school teachers discouraged me, and their feedback was vague. To prove them wrong, I entered all the essay contests at school, in magazines, and in libraries, and I won most of them. So, I told myself I needed to perfect my craft, which required practice. By the time I graduated, I had become the go-to person for any literacy subjects and wrote a few skits for magazines, commercials, and radio shows (I miss doing that). I was always better at writing than talking; I’m naturally shy, an introvert who doesn’t speak much but has a lot going on inside me, so writing helps me to release that, and it’s a great feeling.

When did you first consider yourself a writer?

The answer to the question may be that there is no moment when you decide you’re a writer. If you know you want to be a writer, you start by trying very hard, refusing to accept the inevitable storm of rejection slips. As a valid answer to your quest, you keep trying until you sell a story, then repeat and repeat until you finally find that you’ve become a writer without really noticing. There’s always further to go—awards, bestseller lists, film contracts, becoming a household name, etc.

How do you deal with the emotional impact of a book (on yourself) as you’re writing the story?

Writing my second book (On My Way to Greatness) was very emotional because I almost didn’t pursue writing for the reasons explained earlier until I discovered the power of affirmations. The book teaches how to unlock unlimited self-development using foolproof strategies to challenge negative, unhelpful thoughts, deep dive into how self-affirmations work, and how you can tailor your actions and mindset to complement your goals. When you are told you are not good enough, you start to believe that, but I learned that once you control your own mind, you may never be governed by the mind of another.

What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?  

I developed a daily writing habit, and I write until my imagination bleeds (5-18 hrs. a day). I am disciplined and relentless. I value the failures and never stay on the floor when I fall. I’m always looking for the next idea to turn into a book; therefore, I’m always on a quest.

What was your favorite part, and your least favorite part, of the publishing journey?

My favorite part is launching day, not because it isn’t stressful but because the world gets to see the final product, which will probably touch thousands or millions. Writing a book is hard. But do you know what’s harder? Getting readers to know that your book exists. That’s my least favorite part; I now hold several hats, and I have learned a lot in this journey.

Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?

What stops people from writing often has little to do with the physical act itself. Most people have more of a thinking problem than a writing problem. Writing is challenging for them because it forces them to become better thinkers. Sometimes you don’t know how a sentence will end until you’ve started it. Having it all planned out in minute detail before you begin is a flawed approach. Writing well is a skill set those results from a combination of natural ability and practice understanding the only factors capable of growing from the struggles that await you. Believe in yourself; you can do it.

Are you working on anything at the present you would like to share with your readers?

Yes, my boys have inspired me to write a teen book, they are getting to that age and are really close to me, so what better way to prepare them for the world than with this upcoming book release. It is about challenging teens to be productive, to stand up to bullying, peer pressure, control their thoughts, and other taboo life challenges. It’s going to be a series, so I’m really excited about that.

If you had to describe yourself in three words, what would they be?

Insightful, disciplined, and resilient

Share something your readers wouldn’t know about you.

I hated reading as a kid, but I had no choice because my dad was a perfectionist and had me on a schedule like an athlete. Because he was a linguist, as part of my daily routine, he made me write in 3 languages for no reason at all. As a result, I grew up speaking and writing in French, Creole, English, and Spanish. Thanks, dad, I did it.

Any message for your readers. 

Thank you for giving me your precious time. You do me a great honor reading my books. I will reciprocate your kindness with a pledge to make your time fulfilling, enriching, and perhaps even transformative. Go on, keep reading!!!

Fantastic! So tell us, how can people learn more about you and your books? 

You can drop an email at wildwritesbetter@gmail.com or connect on Twitter @wildloveswords.


Thank you so much, Wildine, for giving us your precious time. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

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