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How to Find Your Story: Building a 30-Second Elevator Pitch

How to Find Your Story: Building a 30-Second Elevator Pitch by Nick Nebelsky What do you say when someone walks up to you and asks, “What do you do for a living?” Do you often just stand there with a … Continue reading

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Transformation: From writer to author

Transformation: From writer to author by Ernie Ayon I heard an interesting question the other day: “Should I identify myself as a writer or as an author?” Many responses pointed out that it was just a matter of semantics and … Continue reading

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Engineering Your Success: Wisdom Takeaways from the San Francisco Writer’s Conference

Engineering Your Success: Wisdom Takeaways from the San Francisco Writer’s Conference  by Shanan Winters Now that the dust has settled and my mind has stopped reeling from the overdose of information that was the San Francisco Writer’s Conference, I’m able … Continue reading

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Getting Comfortable with Self Promotion

Getting Comfortable with Self Promotion by David Waid Thoughtful, decent people don’t go around tooting their own horns, do they? Certainly not the introverts. No, it often seems like self-promotion is the exclusive sandbox of obnoxious people. Donald Trump, for … Continue reading

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I Have Become a Shameless Self-Promoter

I Have Become a Shameless Self-Promoter by Lori Beasley Bradley I never really thought of myself as a vain person. I have always been outgoing and outspoken, but not one to blow my own horn. Now that I am a … Continue reading

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