The 7 Differences Between Professionals and Amateurs
Jeff Goins

Amazing how many scumbags you’ve used as shining examples to prove your point. Thomas Edison was a thief of the worst order, and John Grisham hasn’t written a book in over a decade despite the number of titles published in his name. That’s a theft of the reader’s trust, even if it’s legal.

As for Hemingway, he was a decent guy, but not everything he published was all that great, and he descended into professional madness at the end.

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