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Question: When am I a real writer?

Question: At what point can I call myself a 'real' writer? HL

Answer: Hi HL - You are a 'real' writer the exact moment you say you are!

One of the great things about being a writer is there is no certificate to get, no test to pass, and no particular criteria. It's one of the few trades left that have no restrictions whatsoever. Which means you get to decide if you're a real writer or not, and no one can tell you differently.

I believe in the power of intention. (Wayne Dyer has an excellent book on the subject called The Power of Intention.) When you declare something with faith and knowing, it will manifest in your life. Saying you're a writer is a great way to affirm your dream.

Of course, you do have to do some writing, but knowing you're a writer and saying it will make even the writing easier.

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