You passionately want to be a “real” writer.
A writer whose work is an authentic expression of your true self.
The problem is, you feel disconnected from everything you write. It’s like you’re the ghostwriter on a project nobody commissioned.
And sometimes you wonder if you should just give up.
After all, if you were destined to be a writer, it wouldn’t be this hard, would it?
But in truth, it just means you haven’t found your groove.
More specifically, you haven’t decided what kind of writer you want to be.
The firebrand? The storyteller? The visionary? The guru?
Successful templates abound, but you’re unsure which (if any) is authentically you.
And you’re making a mistake if you believe that question can be answered by careful thought alone.
In fact, if you’re serious about finding your stride as a writer, the answer is a little unexpected.
You must immerse yourself in the writing of others.