Writing is a form of thinking, whatever the subject. Written by William Zinsser from his book Writing To Learn Advertisements Continue reading Writing is a form of thinking, whatever the subject.
The Power Of Deadline: A Big Thing I’m trying to post-publish some of the pieces from my first hand experiences … Continue reading The Power Of Deadline: A Big Thing
Writing and thinking and learning are the same process. Those insightful words are very important, which I learned from William … Continue reading Writing and thinking and learning are the same process
There are so many things to write, read, and do but you must give big thoughts and consistent actions on … Continue reading Don’t Look For Perfection. “Perfection,” As The Great French Film Director Jean Renoir Constantly Pointed Out, “Exists Only In The Mind, Not In Reality.” Syd Field (Mentored by Great French Film Director Jean Renoir) wrote: You Won’t Learn Anything Unless You Give Yourself Permission To Make Some Mistakes, To Write Things That Don’t Work, And Do Some Plain Old Shitty Writing. Are You Willing To Do That? Are You Willing To Try Something That Doesn’t Work? Are You Willing To Write Terrible Pages? Are You Willing To Be Lost In Doubt And Confusion, Angry And Concerned, Not Knowing Whether Your Material Is Working Or Not?
There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. –Ernest Hemingway Of course, … Continue reading There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed. –Ernest Hemingway