Following this morning’s post, I decided to do a quick Google search to see what the internet says it takes to become a writer. A funny thing happened as I wrote “what does it take to be a wr.” Before I could type the last four letters, Google assumed that I was looking for “what does it take to be a wrestler.”
Always one to get sidetracked, I decided to see what the World Wide Web thinks it takes to be a wrestler. You know, in case this whole writing thing doesn’t work out.
After looking at a few different sites about how to become the next Hulk Hogan, I decided to perform the same voices of fear exercise from earlier. Let’s take a look.
Voices of fear for why I could never be a wrestler:
- Lack of size and overall strength
- I don’t like tight fitting spandex
- No catchy or imposing nickname
- Too much body hair
This time, the voices of fear seemed a little more daunting. But after another quick Google search I found my answer to each one of those voices of fear:
- If The Situation can do it, so can I.