The Fight Club Guide to Blogging

The Art of Blogging

Stories sell, there’s no doubt about it. But they don’t sell because they tell people what to think, how to think, or what to do. No. Stories sell because they allow people to tell themselves certain stories about their own lives, problems, and habits.

In other words, stories allow whoever reads them to tell themselves a different story about who they really are.

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3 thoughts on “The Fight Club Guide to Blogging

  1. I’ve thought about opening up about myself, I have only shared information about my reading, but nothing personal. I guess a story is the way to go, I was even thinking of sharing some prompt ideas that can be based off of real life events.

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