Pursuing a quest for self-actualisation is what led me into a writing career. Becoming a writer has certainly fulfilled much of that goal. It has given me the impetus to pour my passion into what it is that I do, and to finally devote myself to an ideal rather than a 'job'.
I've a talent for persuasion, and the very best of my work is that in which I am given the opportunity to pen compelling and controversial pieces.
Of course, assignments of this sort are not all that I feel comfortable writing. My penchant for self-education has given me a wealth of knowledge that goes far beyond customary edification. I'm fully confident I can research nearly any topic and attain an adept-level of knowledge in little time. Speaking of research - that's my lifeblood. It's just as intrinsic to my nature as TV and other time-sinks are for most people. Where others want to put their brain on hiatus each evening; I would rather learn something new.
I write for the love of it, and always deliver.