In the first person, this is a question I often receive because I am a male writer and I am often asked whether I am “going to be a writer or a fighter”. The answer is both, and I think that is okay because it is the truth. There are many things in this life that are not what we would like them to be.
This is a question that I get from people who are in bands, who are in movies, who are in tech companies, etc. There is nothing wrong with being in the arts, but there are times when it is best not to be in it. Being a writer is not the same as being a fighter, and a fighter is not the same as a writer. One is an artist, and the other is a fighter.
Artists are also warriors.
I think it is important to realize that this is a subjective question. If someone can get a job at Boeing, and never want to fight, then they are probably not going to get upset when the new guy comes in. Likewise, if a person can get a job in Silicon Valley, and never want to be a fighter, they are probably the same way. If a fighter is not the same as a writer, or an artist, then it is not the right job for them.
I’m not sure whether this is a conscious or unconscious assumption but a writer can become a fighter simply by writing, and a fighter can become a writer simply by fighting. The point is that the person who is getting the job is probably not going to think they are being the best person for the job.
And if it wasn’t for your desire to write, you would never be able to write at all. And I am not referring to you, me, or anyone else on this blog, but to the fact that we are making a mistake here, we are defining a job in this way, and then making the mistake of defining a job in a way that is not going to be suitable for you.
I am not an expert in this area. I am a guy who is well-known for being an avid reader of all things literary. But I am guessing that you are not really a writer, and that you probably want to be one. So the first thing to do is to try to get out of your comfort zone, try to break your comfort zone, start writing, and use the tools you have to write what you feel you can write.
I’m guessing that you have not tried it before, and that you are not really up to the task. The best thing to do is start with a sentence or two. Start with a sentence, then a paragraph, then a sentence, then a paragraph, and then some more. Don’t try to cram the whole thing in, just start with a few sentences and add to them until you feel like you are getting somewhere.
In my opinion, you can start a sentence with a prepositional phrase, then a verb, then a noun, then maybe a comma, or a period, or a question mark, or an exclamation point, or an exclamation point and then a noun.
When you are in the middle of a sentence or two and you want to take out the last verb, you can just take out the comma after the last noun or adjective. You can also take out the period after the period and just keep the comma. To do this, just start with a period and a comma, then take out the comma after the last verb and then take out the period.