Facts Can’t Sell Anything Without Feelings (Doot Doo Doot)

George MacDonald

“Attitudes are more important than facts.” – George MacDonald, Born Dec. 10, 1824 I can’t persuade anyone with JUST the facts. Facts are boring. Static. Motionless. Some dummies keep saying we live in a post-fact age. I think that’s dangerously untrue. But I digress. If facts alone could close the sale, I’d still be a …

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Is it True That Anyone Can Learn to Write For a Living?

Susanna Moore

“Writing can’t be taught.” – Susanna Moore, Born Dec. 9, 1945. Well, Susanna. I’m going to go ahead and call bullshart on that nonsense. If writing couldn’t be taught, we wouldn’t have civilization. Of course writing can be taught. The desire to want to write well and excessively, perhaps even as a full time vocation? …

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The Two Main Missing Ingredients You Need to Become Who You Want to Be

Susanna Moodie

“The want of education and moral training is the only real barrier that exists between the different classes of men.” – Susanna Moodie, Born Dec. 6, 1803. What is the difference between you and the expert at the top of your field? The difference between you, and who you want to strive to be? Is …

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