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Apr 13, 2019 06:49:46


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Seun Oyebode

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#1 David Perell - The Ultimate Guide to Writing

David is the host of the North Star Podcast. The article couldn't have been given a better title. That article is a masterpiece on writing online. David literally holds your hand, teaches how to start writing online, how to distribute it and how to start from scratch. Your mind will be blown.

#2 Nathan Barry - Good Things Come To Those Write

The ConvertKit Founder & CEO shares about the good things that happen to those who write. The focus of the article is simply what the title says - the good things that happen to those who write and he shared how the reader can harness the same.

#3 Seth Godin - Q&A: The Writing Process

I can safely assume you know Seth Godin. In this article, which is a response to a question, Seth shares his "writing process", how he writes his books and his advice for anyone who hopes to be an author. TL:DR? "... write. Constantly. At length. Often."

This post is inspired by something i learnt from David's article which he called "The Idea Strategy" (talking about curation). And I remembered the best way to learn is to...

1) Learn
2) Apply
3) Teach

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    @seunoyebode - These are some really good articles. How do you find these gems?

    And I am getting happy ready them cause I didn't really think about writing as anything more than a hobby. Though I joke about my best seller often, I wasn't thinking that it would pay the rent. :) These articles are encouraging. Seems to be a lot of overlap with writing, learning, teaching and entrepreneurship --- and podcasts :)
    Thank you for sharing these...

    Keni avatar Keni | Apr 13, 2019 20:05:45
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      @keni Glad you read them. Thank you. I find most stuffs on Twitter.

      You could actually consider writing as something that would put in some passive income or even something bigger. I think writing will be more relevant in this generation than ever before.

      Thanks for reading.

      Seun Oyebode avatar Seun Oyebode | Apr 14, 2019 05:21:37
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    @seunoyebode Thanks for sharing! I'm having a look now

    Basile Samel avatar Basile Samel | Apr 13, 2019 11:58:33
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      @basilesamel Great. Let me know if you found them helpful.

      Seun Oyebode avatar Seun Oyebode | Apr 13, 2019 14:10:56
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