There have been enough words written that have no soul; none of us need to write a single word more like that. You’ve got ideas you care passionately for, write about those. You’ve got stories that have changed your life, write about those. You’ve got experiences from which you’ve built your life, write about those.
Instead of building a brand and acting like you have your own reality TV show and are the most important thing in the world right now, you can ditch all of that shit and just be useful—speak your truth, share helpful advice, and above all, bring the world entertainment or knowledge or laughter or business tips or whatever the heck you have to share that might help another person.
…people?” There are many potential answers to this question. My recent experience has taught me that perhaps reaching more people starts with thinking about your audience’s thoughts, feelings, differences, cultures, and financial position.
…him how I lost my job and how my side hustle of writing kept me going thanks to the skills that his books, such as “The Thank You Economy,” taught me. Rather than talk down to me, he smiled and was incredibly happy to hear what his work …