Signs You Could Be a Writer

Writing is a hard career to get into; there’s a lot of credentials needed and its time intensive to build up that reputation and find people who want to read your writing. However there’s thousands of natural born writers who aren’t sure if they should take the leap into writing! Here’s four signs that you would make a good writer and it’s time to get started.

Anyone can be a writer with enough practice and passion for writing. If you’re ambitious and want to become a professional writer then a class can help you to improve your skills and grow your natural talent.

Could You Be a Therapist?

Look at the signs of someone that would make a good therapist. See if it’s something you think you could do!

Do you think you’ve got what it takes to become a therapist or counselor? It’s a challenging career path to choose but one that can be extremely rewarding. Here are 4 key characteristics you need to embark on a career in this complex profession.

Fundamentally, it’s important that alongside all of the above that you care about others. If your intentions are good and you truly want to help others work through their problems, then proper training and practice can help you to become an expert therapist.

Could You Be an Actor/Actress? How to Get Started

Could You Be a Model?

Modelling used to be a fairly exclusive profession. There have always been set measurements for what it would take to succeed, i.e. all female catwalk models would have to be a minimum of 5 foot 9 inches, with bust-waist-hip measurements of 34-24-34 inches (ideally in those proportions) before they could even get near a modelling job. But if you look at our runways today and see the likes of Cara Delevingne and Kate Moss walking for some of the biggest brands today, at only 5 foot 7 inches tall.

Shows such as America’s Next Top Model have even relaxed their entry requirements to be inclusive of this new brand of model. Recent series have included a focus on shorter model, plus size and older models – an attempt to end the stigma around the industry being so restrictive on its definition of beauty.