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Learning through Writing

The life of a writer is that of a generalist. We are the jack of all trades. And that itself has lended me the most powerful insight: to be a learner, I just have to take the next logical step. As a proud generalist, I have broken down complex topics into simple terms and simple terms into clear messages, and clear messages into actionable, understandable items. One careful step, every time. Continue reading

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And Memoirs!

Memoir writing is as easy as accepting what made you you. If there is anything lesser difficult, it is admitting to your mistake when you haven’t committed any. But life throws surprises and shocks at you. Which is what brings forth … Continue reading

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She’s that Inspiration

It is easier to decide on your inspiration than to become like one. Still, here’s my inspiration… Continue reading

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What Writing Means to Me

Writing is that folklore that records, refers, and rekindles life. It is that act of play where you are both the actor and the audience. Continue reading

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Be Content with Content

As I continue to choose a (better) combination of tools and methodologies, I continue to steer farther away from the focus on the content. We have complicated the process of creating and managing that content. What’s the way out? Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Write Every Day

The primary purpose of rules—like writing every day—is to help us become more efficient. But, if the rules hinder the very path that leads us to raised efficiency levels, we must break them. Continue reading

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