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9 Important Tips for Sometimes Writers
Justin Zoradi
By Justin Zoradi
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So if you’re reading this, you’re probably a lot like me. You want to write, maybe dream of launching a blog or completing a book, but you don’t have the liberty to write for a living – at least not yet. Below are the top nine tips, ideas, and concepts that have helped me get going, complete projects, build a writing structure, and keep momentum.

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You Should Give Yourself a Little More Grace
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Have you ever tried to quit a bad habit but went right back after the first relapse? Let’s say you’re quitting caffeine, then a bleary day hits and you have that one cup of coffee, only to go right back to the old habit. It’s almost as though that first slip up lets go the flood. I used to be all or nothing about stuff like this but I recently had a conversation with Bill Lokey who helped me understand that relapses are actually part of the process of changing a behavior.

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Channeling the Anticipation of Advent
Susan Isaacs
By Susan Isaacs
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It’s Advent, otherwise known as the season when retailers you didn’t even know existed are bombing your email inbox with coupons for crap you didn’t even know existed. Buy a dog bed online, and Hammacher Schlemmer will send you an offer on a John Deere Cuckoo clock, complete with a different tractor sound on every […]

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How to Deal with Pain You Can’t Fix
By Rick McKinley
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How Codependency Holds Both People Back
By Donald Miller
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Why You Need a Mid-Life Crisis
By John Richmond
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The Best Way to React When You’re Scared
By Dean Nelson
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If You’re Rushing, Something is Wrong
By Donald Miller
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Why We Pick Apart the People We Admire Most
By Kyle Reid
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3 Keys to Winning the Mental Game
By Donald Miller
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Turn Your Mistakes into Opportunities to Get Better
By Tim Schurrer
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