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.
Click the ‘Play’ button to listen to the podcast but if it’s not your thing, here are my notes instead. I was never really entrepreneur material and my ambition was to get hired or become a good entertainer. Making people happy really drove me forward, History of business is that men started business, women stayedContinue reading “Podcast: Why Do People Become Entrepreneurs”
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.
Society may label highly sensitive people unfairly. Is sensitivity a flaw, an Achilles heel? Are we weird? No. I don’t think so.
As someone who worked from home for 2 decades+, here are some tips on remote working and how to perform when working from home.
When someone or something you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure. But at some point, we have to let go.
There is a difference between being kind and being nice. Hang in there for me. Hear me out. Kindness is Karma. Nice sucks.
How to productively write something even when you’re dead tired, brain dead, and out of ideas about what to write.
Walking out of your house is a risk. So’s bungee jumping. Risk is everywhere so, how do winners and successful people do it? How do they measure and manage risks?
Here’s how to adjust your copywriting style, habits, and preferences to suit the changing marketing landscape.