Although I should be ashamed to admit that my Colorado trip left me completely drained of all productivity and drive to write, I can’t believe how breathtakingly beautiful my experience there was. I am still in awe of Colorado’s majestic mountains, babbling brooks and crystal clear water, and fluffy cotton-white clouds. Here is a small sampling of my trip to The Centennial State.
The Other 6th…
Freelance writing is an enjoyable career path, deserving of a daily soundtrack. Not all writing projects are created equal, making them susceptible to intellectual and creative stalemates (or lulls between the initial start of the project to the completion stage).
Maintain high levels of motivation through the power of the “Universal Language” that is music!
The theme for today is Electrowave 80s.
Women in leadership roles may be able to bolster self-esteem and improve public speaking skills with a single framed photograph of Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama. The Journal of Experimental Social Psychology has determined that pictures of famous, powerful female leaders boost confidence levels in women.
In the study, 149 women were shown photographs of well-known…
I wish I were in Brooklyn, NY to visit Kara Walker’s exhibit: A Subtlety, or The Marvelous Sugar Baby. Opening a dialogue about slavery, race, gender and various cultural bias and stigma, Walker’s sculpture has dug its claws deep into the psyche of Brooklyn and the world.
Kara Walker’s sugar sculpture, “A Subtlety,” 2014. Photography by Jason Wyche. Image retrieved from: ideas.ted.com
The work is…
My friend Jake is a well-known and respected man in Austin, TX. Ours has been a long-standing friendship, tested by college nights littered with up-til-dawn parties and bleary-eyed Sunday mornings.
No matter how fond you are of a person, when they appear in your dreams you have to evaluate what their illusory presence meant. I’ve always admired my friend Jake because he’s smart and cool and…
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Start telling a better-feeling story about the things that are important to you. Do not write your story like a factual documentary, weighing all the pros and cons of your experience, but instead tell the uplifting, fanciful, magical story of the wonder of your own life and watch what happens.
It will feel like magic as your life begins to…
You’re on your way to a lucrative career in SEO marketing, social media and advertising.
There’s just one teensy little problem… the SEO industry is constantly evolving!
How are you going to keep up?
Luckily for you, I’ve found some of the best SEO Coypwriting Tips online.
Visit Business 2 Businessfor an excellent set of SEO Guidelines, written by Nelson Dias. Feel free to thank me…
Frustration clouds your thoughts.
It’s the specter only you can see, hear and feel.
It gently runs its fingers through your hair and lulls you away from every great idea you’ve had.
It’s always there. Taunting you. Sitting next to you on the sofa, filling your head with thoughts of “I’ll get it done tomorrow” instead of today.
This friendly, unproductive ghost is your No. 1 Enemy, and its name is…
If you’re a freelance writer, you’ve probably come across content mills… and you have a strong opinion either for or against them, I’m sure. If you’re rolling a ball of yarn around the possibility of becoming a freelance writer, inevitably you will come across content mills.
Source: Gerilyn Hayes www.gerilynhayes.com
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Keep in mind that not all content mills, or “writing farms”,…
If your desire is strong enough, it doesn’t matter what your beliefs are. If you have a desire that is strong enough, that desire will be the dominant vibration, and it will over-ride any other vibration that you have.
In recent years, I have theorized that all things are possible through the power of intention. This idea motivates me to write everyday, treat others with respect and…
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May 3, 2014 started rudely.
My bladder woke me, demanding a release of filtered toxins. A throbbing headache accompanied the urgent wake up call. It only took four ibuprofen to relieve the grinding gears. The muscles in my thighs and calves ached bitterly from overuse during the past week’s morning walk-n-jogs.
After feeling this marriage of acute…
For the past couple months I’ve been ghost writing a non-fiction book. Ever since being asked to write the book, I’ve scoured the Internet to find the best way to tackle this incredible project. The best online resources I found were on Writers Digest and the best music to listen while writing a manuscript is anything by Junip or Brian Eno. Aside from the choices media type (print, e-book, etc),…