What was right in that moment may not be right in this one.
“The intersection of my lenses with the topic becomes my unique perspective.”
“Don’t be clever, be clear.”
“People are begging to be led. So show them exactly, specifically, what you can do to help them.”
“The best conclusion is one people will remember long after.”
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“What you’re about to read isn’t perfect. And when you read the fifth item, you’ll know why.”
“Before you get too hung up on building an audience, first ask if what you’re writing is actually interesting.”
“I would encourage you to think about what you want to do with your content, what do you want to achieve beyond what we would consider vanity metrics?”
“By using this framework, you’ll be able to make more confident decisions about your course pricing, length, student count, and more.”