Templates aren’t bad, they’re the lines we learn to draw outside of once we learn what the lines are for A template, according to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is defined as follows: : A gauge, pattern, or mold (as a thin plate or board) used as a guide to the form of a piece being made. : […]
It goes without saying that Jimi Hendrix was before his time. His playing style birthed a new form of rock and roll, and numerous sub-genres from it. His ability was uncanny, and it flowed throughout his body. Remember, this is a man who played his guitar behind his head and with his teeth and tongue. A man who played a right-handed guitar turned upside down, and strung for lefties.
Does your blog voice make you stand out from a crowd? What do Johnny Cash, Tupac Shakur, and Sarah Brightman have in common? They all have remarkably identifiable voices. If a song by one of these artists were to come on at a restaurant, it would be easy to pick out the vocalist. Not only is their […]
Will bad writing habits will be your downfall? Probably. That is, if you don’t fix them. And I’m not talking about the weird writing habits … like the one where Dan Brown, famous author of Da Vinci Code, hangs upside down to cure his writer’s block. After working as an editor for many years, I’ve […]
Ghostblogging is the solution for any busy CEO Calling yourself a “thought leader” is the equivalent of marking yourself with a scarlet “A” (the “A” stands for “Ass” in this case). But let’s face it, no matter what term is used to describe your expertise as a CEO, that’s what you are. You’re an expert. And not […]