Wednesday, 31 July 2013

The Artist Unleashed: HOW TO BE A GREAT WRITER, by Jarod Kintz

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  1. Claiming yourself as a writer means you have made a decision and you're ready to act.

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  2. Jarod sounds like a fun guy, and his writing sounds like a fun guy too! :)

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    1. thanks, Trisha! I try to be a fun guy :)

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  3. I like your attitude about continual improvement. Nice to meet you, Jarod.

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    1. Thanks, D.G.! Great to meet you too :)

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  4. Very happy to have you on my blog today, Jacob :-)

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  5. A nice, inspiring attitude! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I live in Salt Lake City now. That's kind of a weird but happy coincidence. Two people from Salt Lake City met on a blog written by a woman who lives in Greece. Who woulda thunk it?

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  7. Ugh. I don't publicly acknowledge that I write. Maybe if I was published I would.

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  8. Absolutely - speak it, believe it, and become it! 


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