Novelist Sinclair Lewis was supposed to deliver an hour-long lecture to a group of college students who planned to be writers. Lewis opened his talk with a question:
“How many of you really intend to be writers?”
All hands went up.
“In that case,” said Lewis, “my advice to you is to go home and write.”
With that, he left.
Once you have made up your mind to exit the trodden path and want to branch out on your own, the only thing stopping you from doing it is YOU.
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