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Sometimes a single act of kindness for selflessly helping others, can open floodgates of blessings and abundance beyond our wildest imagination. Jack Canfield One such inspiration is Jack Canfield. Today he is considered one of the most successful writers in the world. His initial claim to fame was as the co-creator of the phenomenal bestseller
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 Helpful notes for Digital Content Creators “Brevity is the soul of wit” … so wrote Shakespeare. Did he ever know, how true and applicable it will become almost 400 years later in the digital age! Today, short writing rules. In our time-starved culture, burdened with information overload, the need for the lean, simple, and direct
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Many people want to write a book or a blog but shy away from it, thinking it would be difficult. But it does not have to be that way. Actually writing is a process and it becomes easy and fun if all the steps in this process are followed: Writings as a 4 step Process
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By Steven van Vessum Link to Original Article  Content curation is the process of finding and compiling existing content on topics that are relevant to your audience and industry or niche. Put simply: you turn content that has already created (by you or others) into your own new piece of content. To add to that, content
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Feeling low on finding fresh and creative ideas? Facing writer’s block? Try these suggestions and solutions from creativity experts: Take Walks for Exercise: Go Alone Your creativity lives in your right brain, and your right brain is very much visual and ‘image oriented’. And this right brain is also  completely nonverbal, therefore feeding your right
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Nicolas Frame provides some good advice on writing your first author bio. It’s an invigorating feeling, receiving one’s first acceptance letter from an editor. We want your piece. Yay! Pop the champagne cork, and put a party hat on your cat. But at the end of that email, you’ll usually realize they want you to provide an
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