Writing a book is hard. Like, really hard.
7:30am: Get up. House is quiet. Take a shower.
There’s a Mitch Hedberg joke about how Hollywood tries to turn every comedian into an actor. He said that’s like going up to a chef and saying: Yeah, but can you farm?
After an embarrassingly long time of putting up with this, one day, I finally asked myself, “Why?”
If you are looking to start 2015 off right or just read over the holiday break, here are some books you not only can’t go wrong with, they might just change your life.
What we need from you is to take the time to figure out why people behave the way they do, what incentives they are responding to, and how that can be changed.
Being outnumbered, coming from behind, being low on funds, these don’t have to be disadvantages. They can be gifts. Assets that make us less likely to waste our time, our energy, or potentially even our lives.
I learned that binge reading is more fun than any other way.
The most important question a writer asks themselves is: What do I have to say? But more tactically, I think there are two other critical questions that writers need to ask themselves.
Read what keeps you reading, read what makes you better.