We think we are made of skin and flesh and muscle and bones, but that’s not true. We are made of stories, of hope, of dust and stardust, and it is in our nature to always tell stories.
Yes, you might not be a writer, you might not be a blogger, but you are telling yourself the story of who you are, and why you are who you are, and maybe, just maybe, the story of why someone like you has to be.
For example, I like to go to the gym. That’s not the issue. But I hate having to place all sorts of items in my backpack, walk to the gym, work out, go home, take a shower…
In other words, it’s the tasks that need to be done that kind of ruin my motivation. And it’s so in most other aspects: I like to write, but I hate to edit. I love shooting videos of myself talking about life, but I hate to edit them. You get the idea.
When I was a kid, I thought I was destined for great things. I was born on Christmas Day, exactly one year after they shot Ceausescu, the only ruler of a Communist country to ever be executed. Now, in the same spot, they’re building a shopping mall.
Maybe because I was born when I was born, I don’t really listen to what other people tell me I should do. I never did.
I don’t like authority. I don’t like to follow rules.
I am not afraid of the consequences of not doing what I am told. I am not where I’d like to be in life because I don’t like most people. I have long suspected they don’t like me back.
I am a rebel without a cause, garnering a bit of applause here and there from those who read my stories.
Making your book a beautiful product will lead more people to buy it. Plain and simple.
Of course, I’m not saying that design is the only part that matters: a poorly written book might be bought a few times thanks to a great cover but won’t survive poor reviews on Amazon. However, it’s the first step to getting people to grab it on a bookshelf or visit your online product page. As you will often hear, “your cover is your first marketing tool”, so make good use of it!
To this day, blogging remains one of the most effective ways to teach, inspire, and engage an audience.
So what’s a blogger to do in today’s world?
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With the help of this in-depth tutorial, you will be able to write phenomenal articles that inspire, entertain, and educate.
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