I came across these articles which I thought I would share today as they include some important tips to help you achieve success in your career. In the first one, the phenomenon of “procrastination” is discussed. I have written about this myself here in this blog. We tend to put off things we don’t like doing. If I were to be invited to receive a prize for being the Best Blogger On Earth I would be there in seconds, but if you ask me to list all the bloggers who participated and analyse their writing styles, I might think of a million reasons why I shouldn’t do it, now, if at all. Continue reading
The best way to get to the top of your job, whatever it be, is to learn from those who do it superbly. This applies whether you are a dancer, a coder, a business analyst or yes, even a writer.
I saw this delightful collection of “21 Harsh But Eye-Opening Writing Tips from Great Authors.” and very useful tips on writing from great authors in Thought Catalog.
I hope you will enjoy these tips as much as I did.
I don’t know about you, but as an author, I spend a lot of time sitting. More in front of the computer. I would be keying in stories, blogging and so on , so much so that hours together pass in these activities. On top of that is another pastime, that of watching television. Honestly, I haven’t figured just how long I sit every day. I must do that one of these days. Continue reading
An old colleague who now lives alone with his wife was telling me how strange it felt to be an empty nester. Well, he didn’t quite use that expression but he spoke of the feeling of emptiness that afflicts most parents when grown up children leave home. His daughter had just got married and his son was studying abroad.