If you spend your time doing things worth taking about instead of talking about what you’re doing, you won’t have to worry about how you market yourself. You won’t have to self-promote.
If You Have to Talk About Your “Success,” Then You Aren’t Actually Successful
Jeff Goins

It’s tricky for writers because writing is often talking about what we do and think. When I reflect on my experiences, it’s not for the sake of self-promoting. It’s because I know that better than anyone else. But you made me thought hard where is the boundary between bragging and self-reflection.

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