Why the Ugly Parts of Your Story are Beautiful to Your Audience
Jeff Goins

This advice applies to the fiction writers I work with as a “how to make readers care about your story’s protagonist.” But … hey, we ARE the protagonist is our own life (and business) story! So just as a novel writer would create a character by exposing his weaknesses, quirks and angst in order to seem “real” to readers, if we expose ourselves in that same way, we can find fans for our own life’s story as well. Our parents always told us to sit up straight and act right. Sometimes we have to admit — and reveal — that we too often slump and do silly things.

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