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The Heart Of A True Writer

By Latoya @latoyallawrence

The Heart Of A True Writer

I am sure many of us would love to commit to an occupation we enjoy doing.

I have worked a share of jobs that I considered fun instead of undesirable work, particularly when I held positions at JC Penney, Bloomingdale’s, and Sears Roebuck years ago.

I was very successful in my role at my workplace.

I believe one will do their best when they partake in a task that they delight in compared to a duty they do not.

Now do not get me wrong. There are plenty of people who do very well and succeed in jobs they hate doing because they are motivated to reach a certain goal, or they are just determined in their undertakings.

The Heart Of A True Writer

Nevertheless, there is nothing more satisfying than having the opportunity to do the work that one loves.

Writing is not only a hobby of mine but an area of my profession.

It is an activity I completely take pleasure in. A natural propensity, a drive, a passion of the spirit.

Yes, we all want to get paid for utilizing the talents that fulfill us the most, however, if or when that is not possible it really does not make a difference.

A true writer does not write primarily to receive an income or to gain recognition.

A true writer writes from the heart, from a place deep within.

We write when no one is around or viewing. We do not need an audience or require validation.

To the one who is inspired by the energies of their own craft, the act of writing itself is what brings out the greatest reward.

The Heart Of A True Writer


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