When you meet someone for the first time, do you get uncomfortable? Or do you automatically put on your friendliest smile, extend a hand, and greet that person with as much gusto as you can muster in order to make a good first impression?
To write faster and better requires a lot of effort. It boils down to writing everyday, practicing and trying to write different styles and media.
This appeared in one of my podcasts and I took the time to talk about living a creative life. So, I thought I would share it with you here! If you’re not into listening to podcasts, you can still read it. =)
Content is still king but when paired with PPC campaigns, it can bring in more qualified leads and improve customer retention
When you’re young, you think you’re invincible. This had led many of us to pursue things that we would prefer not to look back on by the time we reach out the mid-thirties or, better yet, when there are more wrinkles on our faces, our knees are creaking, our bodies are more capable of sleepContinue reading “Open-Mindedness Opens Our World to How Others View Their World”
Writers are not machines. And I don’t believe, not even for a second, that machines can ever take over the role of writers. But machines are definitely giving writers a run for our money. So, if you’re serious about keeping the fire and passion about writing alive, here are a couple of things writers can do to change things up.
Writing prompts help writers when we are pressed for time and have exhausted our list of ideas on what to do.
Why I loathe Facebook for personal use yet have no choice but use it for work.
Writers share their experiences, thoughts, tips, advice, ideas, and their journeys with new writers, copywriters, ghost writers on how to make it in the competitive writing world.
Society may label highly sensitive people unfairly. Is sensitivity a flaw, an Achilles heel? Are we weird? No. I don’t think so.