I used to think of writer's block as a dearth of ideas. Lack of ideas is not something that I've ever experienced; in fact, my usual problem is deciding which idea I should focus on next. The best description I ever had of my brain was a thousand browser windows open at once. Fortunately, I... Continue Reading →
I'm a big advocate for blogging the way you speak. I think that's the easiest way for anyone to start writing is to just...start writing. Use pen & paper or keys on a keyboard to start a one-sided conversation with your target audience. If you're going to be blogging more seriously, though, it's worth thinking... Continue Reading →
One of the things that really makes writing come alive, is finding your 'author's voice'. When a writer knows their voice, reading their content feels like a conversation; there's a connection. The writing is consistent, competent and compelling. And all those C's are exactly what you want in your blog posts. You're blogging because you... Continue Reading →
Could a notebook & pen help you land a job?