3 Reasons to Write No Matter What Field You’re In

Plus my tips on how to write consistently.

Eva Keiffenheim
Ascent Publication

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Vienna University of Business and Economics. (Photo by Ngai Man Yan from Pexels)

Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman was a genius, but he wasn’t a writer. He dictated his memoirs, and his friend transcribed the audio-tape.

Still, Feynman wrote. A lot. Because he realized something, many people don’t — writing equals working. He explains it in this

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Eva Keiffenheim
Ascent Publication

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