Afraid To Write? Try To Find Your Noble Purpose
Find yours starting from now
Writing is a tragedy for every writer.
Every single day.
Having to write daily wasn’t something you could do easily. It needs more than deliberate practice and continuous routine to achieve it. You must have big GUTS and WILL-POWER to survive in the long run.
It’s not about how you start, it’s about how you finish with what you’ve started.
The start is ridiculously simple and effortless, but to stick with what you’ve started and finish it until the end, is what makes the journey more difficult. That is why many beginner writers are stuck in the middle of the process and choose to quit.
Even the most prolific and well-known writers knew that they were unable to release their fears to write every day because they understand very clearly that writing needs to be presented with a purpose. So it would hook and change the reader’s life, release them from struggles, give them hopes, insights, ideas, movements, or a way to live their life.
The best writers knew that they were best not because they’re good with writing, but they knew about their noble purpose. The main reason they write is to make the world a better place to stay and make an impactful change (be it on the reader’s work, life, relationship, financial, and goal) to whoever reads their stories. That is NOBLE and that ENOUGH to make them the best and consistent at what they’re doing.
Writers who are afraid to write were caused by their lack of purpose. They stop at the first try because they didn’t get that desire for striving in the process after they found out no one reads their articles and other works.
There is no power to push you forward if you don’t have a purpose as a writer.
If you would ask me what my purpose is to write this story, I would say:
“I want us, including you who read this, to be brave to write something and tell everything you have in your mind right now and put it on paper. I want our fellow writers, especially newcomers and beginners who are just about to start their writing career to face their fears promptly and decisively”.
Persuading your fellow writers to write without fear may look simple, but it’s noble enough because you’ve tried to help them, inspire them to write no matter what the outcomes would be.
Don’t let fear consume you. Fuse with the fear and make your fear your greatest weapon you’ve ever had. Just like Batman did to himself.
Just don’t mind what people say about your stories. Write as you have a noble purpose to make a touching influence for many people and readers out there.