In my entire life of being an aspiring writer, what define me is my action. I told people I have passion in writing, I love writing.
Yet the most crucial thing is I do not really write.
Maybe I just love the idea of being a writer, or called a writer. A writer who does not write is not a writer, she is an aspiring writer.
If you look up on the dictionary, aspiring means ‘directing one’s hopes or ambitions toward becoming a specified type of people.’
A writer do write.
When a writer does not write anymore, that’s the end of it.
I had a small discussion about me complaining about what topic should I write for the local newspaper I am contributing to at the moment. I had been stuck for weeks. I had not write a single word.
In fact, I had vision myself, far beyond my goal. I am visioning the result, what become of it despite of just write about it. About anything.
I was told to just write. Just do it. Write what I know.
But the thing is I did not do it. I did not take the action to write.
Then I came upon this quote ‘Your life would improve if you took the action you have been avoiding.’_Darren Rowse.
Stop procrastinating. Keep dreaming. And take action.
This post is for self-motivation. Inspired by 7 ways you are talking yourself out of doing anything worthwhile.