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Process Writing

I mentioned process writing recently in another post but I want to look at it more in depth today.  Why?  I'll tell you why.  Because I've realized that nearly all of my product writing has its origins in process writing.  As in, blog posts, articles, and notes for scenes flowing from my pen.  As in, […]

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Promptitude: Whiney Baby

At the beginning of this week, I wrote about fear. As I've progressed through the week, feeling much better about life, I've also been reading SARK's latest book, Glad No Matter What. She writes about a process for clearing out fear and other nasty emotions that plague us. First you write a Mad page (or […]

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They Call it Fear

First there was the story I read online about how the Northwest, including Portland, could expect a major earthquake of the sort that just decimated Chile sometime in the next 50 years.   I hate earthquakes.  I expect the earth beneath my feet to stay steady, thank you very much. Then I watched a little bit […]

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Three Rules

I'm reading Crush It, by Gary Vaynerchuk.  In case you haven't heard of him, he's the marketing genius who built his father's liquor business from four million in sales to fifty million in sales in just eight years.  How did he do it?  Mainly through video blogging, with his show, Wine Library TV, and the […]

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Make the Words Flow

I noticed something this morning when I was in the middle of writing an email. The words were flowing as smooth as a glass of fine wine.  I started paying more attention.  And realized that I was allowing myself to go a bit deeper emotionally in my response.  So I stopped and thought for a […]

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