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Editorial Op-Ed | Of Reading and Writing

Illuminating the Need for a Writing Downtime

Writing can be interesting, fulfilling, and fun. As with all activities we love, we do need to pull back often so we do not exhaust our passion and go beyond the proverbial Point-of-No-Return.

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Aldric Chen

Aldric Chen

16x Top Writer (as of May 2022). I am a Consultant, and I run start-ups on top of my 9–6. I think, write to spread ideas that work.

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