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Practical advice for beginner to intermediate writers on Medium

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Rule #1 — Have an intro.

Okay, I’m not sure this is exactly the first rule, but it’s one for sure. An article that starts with no context is only confusing. It also makes it harder to be authentic. So, here goes!




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Danny Forest

Danny Forest

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