Maybe you don’t have a college degree. Or maybe you have an MBA from Harvard. Or maybe you barely got through high school. Do not use any of the above (including your MBA) as an excuse not to write. Very often our path to becoming a writer is messy and unpredictable and totally disconnected from formal education.
Abercrombie, Barbara (2012-05-08). A Year of Writing Dangerously: 365 Days of Inspiration & Encouragement (Kindle Locations 2520-2528). New World Library. Kindle Edition.
A writer needs three things: experience, observation, and imagination, any two of which, at times, any one of which, can supply the lack of the others. — WILLIAM FAULKNER
I wish I had been told that when I was a kid or learned it a whole lot sooner in life than when I did. You never know, maybe I’d already have published several books by now. But then again, if that had been God’s plan for my life it would have happened that way.