Can you use the ideas behind the law of attraction for your writing? Simply put, the law of attractions states that you get more of what you focus on: if you're focusing on how difficult writing is for you, then you'll get more of that. Change your focus, and you'll start attracting more of what you want.
These two tips will help.
1. You Get What You Focus on -- Focus on Fun
Have fun with your writing. Successful writers will tell you that their most successful projects are those on which they had the most fun. Often they took the projects on simply because they were fun, not because they were paid for them up front, or even had any expectation of money.
Keep this "you get more of what you focus on" in mind when you're tempted to take on projects which aren't right for you.
So how do you know what's right for you? You know it by the tingle of excitement you feel when you hear about a project, or get an idea for a project.
2. Focus on What You Want: Do You WANT Your Writing Goals?
Check your goals for your writing. For example if you set a goal to write a novel in 2009, is that really your goal? Or is it simply a wish?
If writing a novel in 2009 is really your goal then you will have set daily tasks which will help you to achieve that goal. If you haven't set any tasks to work your way toward achievement then you can safely say that writing a novel wasn't a goal, it was simply a wish.
Any goal you set must stem from a deep desire for achievement. If you would walk a hundred miles across broken glass to achieve your goal, you know you have real desire.
Sometimes writers set goals which are merely wishes. This is fine, as long as you're aware that it was only a wish, and aren't disappointed when your goal doesn't magically materialize.
Put the above two tips into action, and you'll be well on the way to making the law of attraction work for your writing.