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5 Writing Lessons I Learned From The Voice

As writers, we are artists. We create through inspiration—a spark brought to fruition through discipline, hard work, and practice. And we draw inspiration from everywhere around us. I had some inspiring moments this week as a result of following up on a suggestion from my mentor, Dean Wesley Smith. He told me to go watch

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Scaling Content With a Team

So you’ve been producing content for your business for a while now. Things have gone well, and you’re getting a good bit of traction. You have new leads daily and your view and read counts are exactly where you want them. Naturally, the next question becomes: how can I take things to the next level?

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Now is the Time to Give Your Greatest Gift

Is it an act of bravery to survive a crisis? Maybe. But if you have the potential to be remarkable, why wouldn’t you be? Now is the time to give your greatest gift to the world. Want to hear more? Listen here: Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android |

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How to Write Compelling Emotional Triggers

Lisa Hall-Wilson Writing emotional triggers, while optional, will take your writing to all-new levels of emotional connection for readers. This is a shortened sample lesson from my 5-week masterclass on writing in deep point of view. In my book Method Acting For Writers, I talk about writing emotions in four layers: primary emotions (instinctive, knee-jerk,

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You Are What You read: Bookshelves of the Famous

There’s an old saying ‘clothes maketh the man’ and it’s equally true of books, you are what you read. You can definitely judge a man, or woman, by the books they read. So, in these difficult times, here’s a fun infographic showing just what some famous people have on their bookshelves… Let me know in

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