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They say, "Those that can, do. And, those that can't, teach." I put myself in the category of "can't write well." Instead of teaching, I feel my strengths are coaching. Unlike teachers, coaches have an objective view of technical ability (format, spelling/grammar, style, voice, etc) and storytelling (tone, pace, theme, character, etc) rather than subjective grading and critiquing.
In order to break into the movie industry as a writer, they advise, "write a great script." "Great" is a subjective term. What one producer/director/agent considers great does not, necessarily, mean great to another producer/director/agent.
If you elevate all elements of your script to great, on an objective scale, you have a great script.
of course, "nobody knows anything." There are no guarantees your story will work or will be a flop even when your script is great.