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The dilemma of a beginner!
A news magazine's September issue which has a cover story on Chetan Bhagat and his upcoming novel, which has already sold 2 million copies before its release (let me say it in one go..phew!!) inspired me to become a writer.

Yes, I want to become a writer but like every beginner I have got no clue about writing. Like every beginner, the first thought that comes to my mind is to share my life's experiences but c'mon who in the world would be interested in my any kind of experiences after all, I am just a commoner!

Then like every beginner, I go on to frame a typical story with the thought that it will turn into a smashing Bollywood hit one day (crazy right?). Then again like every beginner I want to write something inspirational, something revolutionary, something that changes things, and something that gets people in action.

What really ignited this fire in my belly? I ask myself time and again. Is it boredom? No. Fan following? No. It is something which is still not known to me but for now, let us just say a voice in my head shouts really really loud and says "Just do it..!" And so I say "Relax subconscious...I will!"

And after all the good and bad arguments with the subconscious I have got a piece of advice for all my fellow beginners. You will fight this dilemma each and every day of your life till you begin writing the first chapter of your book or the first paragraph of your article. So fight the negative forces, listen to the subconscious (this crazy freak can be a life changer..!)

Would love to know the dilemmas of all my fellow beginners. Till then stay inspired!

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