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How to be a writing god
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How to be a writing god

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Great writing is like the weather: Everybody wants to be a better writer, but nobody wants to do anything about it. Well, put down your umbrella and turn your face to the sun, because it’s time to …

Great writing is like the weather: Everybody wants to be a better writer, but nobody wants to do anything about it. Well, put down your umbrella and turn your face to the sun, because it’s time to change all that. There IS a secret to becoming a better writer. Jerry Seinfeld knew it. Emily Dickinson knew it, too. And after spending just 12 minutes of your own wild, precious life in one tastefully appointed conference room, so will you. (Talk given as a "Bold Talk" at the INBOUND13 conference in Boston.)

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  • These slides are really just posted as a point of reference for the folks who attended the talk. I'll be posting the video just as soon as it's available (might be another week or two, I'm told).
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  • Barry, you had to hear it. It was an incredible talk she gave. I would like to add that she also filled the room and had people waiting outside.
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  • Major under delivery of the headline's promise—not how to be a writing God.
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  • Love you, Beth Dunn.
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