So I want to be a WriterSo, I want to be a writer.
You You Want To Be A Writer
Yesterday evening I texted "Who you want to be is who you are. "Who you are is who you want to be. This is obviously not an inventive thought, but comes from Terry Crew's statement of a Master Key System conception. I have been really convinced by this approach since I have listened to it, and last evening I used it in organising my Iife.
What's nice about this is that it can be used on so much in the world. I' m going to be a writer. Since November I have been working almost every day (at least publicly). Is that what makes me the writer? I' m a writer, but I don't think I'd call myself a writer.
Well, a writer is someone who puts a great deal of energy into it. What makes a writer a writer? You invest your own efforts and resources in them. Well, no, there are many piano players who have never performed a show and have only made cover art from other people. They become piano players at the point where they decide to become craftsmen.
Well, that hinges on how much hands-on experience you put into the trade. There are now a whole bunch of questions in this section, all with the same answers. Timing and toil. My interpellation, how does a writer become a writer: How do I become a writer? Timing and toil.
When I want to be a writer, I just have to type more. There is no educational learner, there are no landmarks that mark the time when I have the right to call myself a writer, there is only deeds. Not a lot of literacy about the letter makes me a writer. It' an adjunct surgery--
When I would be reading every single one of the books about how to make a good one, and I would know everything about how the back of my hands works, I would still not be able to say that I have actually done a good one until I have actually done the things that are connected with it. You want to be something.... be that thing.