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Why I Read Physical Books and Start Most of My Writing by Hand

Why I Read Physical Books and Start Most of My Writing by Hand

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There are two patterns that I’ve noticed in my friends that are prolific and poetic writers.

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The Benefits

According to an article in the New Yorker, “Moleskine-style” notebooks have been produced since the 1850’s, by small French bookbinding companies, and distributed in Paris bookstores. They were used by Picasso, Hemingway, Van Gogh, and the like. (“Moleskine” refers to the traditional oilcloth binding; moleskines are not made out of moles’ skins).
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Why Standing out Is Essential to the Survival of Any Creator, Brand, or Business

Why Standing out Is Essential to the Survival of Any Creator, Brand, or Business

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The survival of any creator, brand, or business depends on their ability to stand out in a sea of noise.

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Option for Everything

Anything that doesn’t stand out will eventually become irrelevant, commoditized and ignored. There will always be a faster, better, or cheaper option for everything.
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How Writing for One Hour a Day Can Improve the Quality of Your Life

How Writing for One Hour a Day Can Improve the Quality of Your Life

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When most people think about developing a writing habit, they imagine having to spend countless hours in a quiet room isolated from the rest of the world.

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Project or Idea

This keeps them from trying to develop a writing habit at all. But you can accomplish remarkable things in just one focused hour a day of uninterrupted creation time.
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