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Prepare by learning from other writing styles from sources like academic papers, sports articles, blogs, novels, and more.
Create and develop your writing style by harnessing your personal characteristics and expressing them in your writing.
Practice by committing to a regular writing schedule and publishing your content on your own blog or on Medium.
Learn how to most effectively communicate your message and how to use clever sentence-structure techniques to emphasize your message.
Hear about 'The Golden Rule of Writing' and how to use the First Principles concept to improve your writing.
And much, much more!
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The unemployment rate is at a historic low and the economy is in fantastic shape. But what about the people that are left behind as the rest of society mercilessly moves forward? In his bestselling book The Working Poor: Invisible In America, David K. Shipler tells the story of the ugly side of this “roaring economy”, the stories of people that struggle in inhumane levels of poverty in the richest country in the world.
Self-improvement is great... but not all the time. Let’s see what the Thinkers of The Internet have to say about the evil sides of this "mainstream" obsession.
When I moved to the U.S., I didn’t understand why the topic of race was such an emotionally-charged issue. Thankfully, The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander helped me understand how the history of race relations in America has led to and shaped its present, and why it is such a charged subject.
Startup Weekend is coming to Mansfield. The event’s motto is “no talk, all action,” so if you’ve always wanted to bring an idea of yours to life, join us at this fun entrepreneurship event!
As the title makes clear, in this blog post I share links to useful resources and books that will hopefully help you improve yourself and/or your life.
As flattered as I am that you read my blog, there are other useful things you could and should be doing with your time. Here are my 10 suggestions for these things.
Are you also one of those people that uses LinkedIn only when looking for a job? Don't worry, I was the same until I learned to use the platform in a far more powerful manner.
Being a perfectionist has a pretty negative stigma attached to it. By drawing parallels with the character Cell from Dragonball Z, I argue that pursuing perfection should actually be lauded as a noble endeavor, as long it's the right type of perfection.
If you're in the process of job hunting, you'll probably have to do job interviews sometime soon. Based on my experience of doing (mostly phone) interviews, here are my tips and insights on the matter.
Why is passion one of the most discussed topics on the internet? I don't know, but I'm not here to give you another one of those just-find-your-passion articles. Time for a more refreshing take on the issue of finding your passion.