You spend hours writing. You pour your heart out trying to make an impact. For someone, for you, for your business. But no matter how hard you try, it doesn’t seem to work. No one seems to care. The problem? You’re not planning and editing well. To solve your issue, I’ve created a free 7 Question Framework. Answer these seven… Read More »How to Make Sure Your Online Writings Fulfil Their Purpose
The more you learn about the writing craft, the harder it seems. Back in kindergarten and the early days of primary school, you learnt how to hold a pencil, how to make the graphite stain the paper and produce signs. These signs are called letters and numbers. After some practice, you learnt how to make a sequence of a couple… Read More »How to Write Clearly for a Wider Audience
We are born curious, but most people aren’t that curious. That’s a problem for writers. Writers need to be curious. Curiosity leads to new ideas. So where did it go wrong? Babies are the most curious creatures in the world. They observe everything. Every sound catches their attention. If an object is within reach, they check its taste and do… Read More »A Case for Curiosity
On Niches and Personal Brands Niches are a blessing and a curse. Finding their niche has been a welcome boost for many creators. But for how many has it been a roadblock? How many gave up before they even got started? Just because they felt like they needed to know exactly what to create. And yet, if you dream of… Read More »From Niche to Personal Brand
Today, I’ve completed 28 laps around the sun. Here are 28 things I’ve learned on that journey (in no particular order). It’s ok to change your mind. I thought these lists were stupid at first. But they aren’t. So here I am making one of my own. Why so serious? Play more. Do more silly things. No one remembers the… Read More »28 Lessons About Life
Words are powerful. They are more than a symbolic representation of objects or abstract things. Words can make you smile; words can make you love. Words can also make you cry and hate.