Tag : Emotions and writing

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A leader is a writer. A leader doesn’t always publish what they write, but they do write.  The biggest challenge is being someone who can clearly write down information, or ideas.  Not only goals, but the vision of what they want. A writer can make plans, but the best ones write them down.  The same …
Blogging, or being a blogger is a part of being a modern-day writer.  There is nothing wrong with what a writer has to say, but there is something wrong when you publish a post and people misunderstand what you are trying to convey. As writers, we love to think we’re great communicators, unfortunately this isn’t …
 Humans feel things differently and read things differently “This is such a moving book” or “I cried when I read this” or “I laughed myself silly.” A good book will elicit some sort of emotion from you.  Even a non-fiction book has the power to make a reader learn and enjoy.  The best authors play …
You need to forget everything you know about publishing online that you learned a few years or months ago, because everything has changed once again. The reality is that the writing you did a while ago is either not as useful or is outdated. Self-publishing standards of a few months ago are no longer valid. …
Illusion: something that deceives by producing a false or misleading impression of reality. If you are a self-publisher, you’ve already read many articles which claim that self-publishing your book is the way to go. You’ve read other articles which tell you how you can earn more money by self-publishing. Still others which dispute these claims …
Take the “5 Songs That Inspire You” Challenge Whenever I need that little extra motivation I like to listen to certain songs that make me feel good. This is by no means a glowing gem of insight, but merely a slap back to reality for those people who push themselves to write for extended periods …
A science nerd’s perspective on hearing and emotions            I asked my friend the other day how she experiences music (the question was purposely ambiguous). She responded very simply, “I hear and feel it”. This may not sound all that profound to most people, but for me it was a reminder …
What does it mean to you? For a long time I knew that I enjoyed writing, but I never really considered myself a writer. To add to the confusion, most of what I was writing was lyrics for songs I was composing or the books for musicals I was working on. A writer to me …
Harnessing the Spartan ideologies of perseverance and the power of the human will to succeed   What does it take to succeed? Well before you get your hopes up for what this post has to offer I’ll be honest and tell you that I have no knowledge of a recipe to success or even specific …
Ever heard of the term “and then there are days?”  We’ve all had them, the day where nothing seems to go right and where nothing you planned works out the way you want it to, and you have to start writing a book- or doing something with it.  No matter how much you take on, …
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