There’s a voice inside your head that prevents you from sharing ideas — punch it in the face.

If we have worked together or you’ve asked me for career advice, there is a high probability that I have encouraged you to write and hit the publish button often. There are so many benefits to writing that includes processing your thoughts and ideas, improving your ability to communicate, and increasing your thought leadership in the industry (presuming you write about your industry from time-to-time). The excuses — or, I’m sorry, reasons — I hear folks say they can’t write include: I’m not very…

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Constant Observer. Occasional Writer. Operations Chief. People Coach. Design Enthusiast. Type Collector.

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