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Writing About Writing — The Golden Audience Pool

The thing about your deepest and most profound thoughts and ideas is that they are always more niche. Wanderings of our heart, philosophical or moral convictions, and our most niche work may fuel our purpose and ignite stimulating conversations, yet these pieces cannot pull the views that platitude pieces do.

Freedom — The Elephant Rope and The Human Rope

If you have done any amount of honest reflection on yourself, life, and society as we know it, it is no secret that most of us were conditioned to doubt ourselves from a very young age. Of course, there will be anomalies, as is always in life. But for the rest of us, our life may have started off brimming with sunshine, but inevitably, we reached a point where people began sowing seeds of doubt in our minds and hearts.

Those Who Value You Most Will Value Your Work The Least

Have you ever had a brilliant idea and been so excited to tell your people that you fantasize about it until you meet again? Have you finally reached that moment to be met with a list of reasons why your idea won’t work? Have you poured your heart into your writing or your craft and presented it to your most beloved? Were you shocked by some who didn’t even read it or barely commented?

The Opiate Crisis — Death and Deregulation

We have been invited to grab ahold of a new idea that is gaining momentum. And as passionate as many of us are about decriminalization and ending the war on drugs, it is no surprise that someone came up with such a far-out proposal. It makes sense that this nonsensical idea would make sense to some people who have no real-life experience with addiction. But to anyone who has treaded the waters of opiate addiction, it is a baffling idea to consider.

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Destructive Criticism | Arguing With Your Haters Online is a Waste of Time Holly Kellums Podcast

Successful people do not waste their time arguing with naysayers — arguing with destructive people is not constructive.
  1. Destructive Criticism | Arguing With Your Haters Online is a Waste of Time
  2. You are NOT a Victim
  3. True Friends are NOT Always There for You
  4. Stop Putting Yourself Last

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