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Read Wide, Write Narrow

Don’t recycle ideas, bring new perspectives

It’s hard to come up with anything brand new. But we can do better than re-hashing other’s work, rolling the dice on headlines and tags and hoping Mr Al Go-Rithm does the rest.

You might write about self-improvement, but you have a whole life’s worth of experience in other industries, contexts and passions. Explore them.




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