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The survey revealed that most writers and poets were happy to plod along by trial and error rather than investing in a decent course. They accordingly fail to reap rewards that are there for taking.
They remain amateur writers and poets whilst their professional colleagues cream off best paid writing markets.
The survey compared writers and poets to other professions. Lawyers, Accountants, Doctors, etc., are all highly paid. They all undergo training before rewards are forthcoming. Yet, most writers and poets believe that riches will come to them without spending $1 on training or developing skills.
One per cent. of writers or poets may get lucky. They may have been "born writers or poets" - they succeed without any training. The rest slog away - hoping that one day they may make some money from writing.
The good news
The good news is that there are 1000s of paid writing markets that are waiting to be exploited. There are more assignments than writers or poets.
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