If you write, you’ll be right. Go a step further and author…that’s how to become an authority. Whatever you conceive, and solemnly believe, you can
The life of one of the most prolific writers of the 20th century, David Hubert Lawrence aptly shows the decisiveness of self-assurance.
As a young man, he nursed the ambition of being an accomplished writer, but he was a poor boy who never went to school. Because of this, kind friends assured him his ambition was impossible.
Against all odds, Lawrence saved some money and got himself the most complete dictionary of his time so as to master all the words in it.
But then, he turned to the word “impossible”. With fine scissors, he cut it out
and threw it away.
Thereafter, he built his whole career on the premise that nothing is impossible.
I give a usual advice: If you’re ready to learn the craft of writing, nobody can stop you. If you aren’t interested in writing, nobody can help