You’ve written something good. Return to it. If you’ve been blogging for a year or more, you’ve probably covered many topics. Good news: ideas don’t get used up. In fact, they’re probably due for a refresh and repeat. It’s time to revisit the things you’ve already written. If you’re resisting this idea, I get it. […]
“If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?” Author and publisher Brooke Warner posted that question on social media recently. Without a doubt, my answer to that question is this: Don’t wait for good ideas, just start writing. A lesson I learned the hard way Although I have been writing […]
Entrepreneurship is a tough journey. Kelly Fitzsimmons shares her hard-earned lessons in her book Lost in Startuplandia.
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In business writing, book authoring, and software coding, revision is how we get to our best work. But the act of revision challenges many writers. They either want to rush through it to get to the finished product, or they get mired in doubts whether the work is good enough. Having a well-defined process might […]
If you write about complicated topics, start listening to nonfiction podcasts—popular ones about science, the economy, or current events. The best podcasters know how to keep an audience’s attention while explaining abstract concepts. Since the pandemic started, months, I’ve become a loyal, consistent listener of NPR’s Planet Money podcast. Why? Because it does an excellent […]