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The editor steps in again

It’s been unusually quiet at Writelife. You can blame the editor for that. I have three posts unpublished because the editor has nixed them. Yes, the editor is me. The editor is a self-editor. What was wrong with the posts? … Continue reading

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My most popular posts in 2010

I took a look at my analytics to see what posts were the most popular here during the year. And I made a list of them. I find it interesting looking back at the past year to see that my … Continue reading

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Respect customers and yourself

(This was first posted Sept. 18, 2004.) In the various blogs I visit, and in other sources, I continually come across discussions about customers and their experience of businesses, large and small. One of the themes that pops up frequently … Continue reading

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‘Emotions are contagious’

I wrote a review of a book I’m currently rereading, Exuberance: The Passion for Life by Kay Redfield Jamison. (You’ll find it over at Thoughtwrestling.) This morning, I was looking over a chapter titled “Throwing up rockets,” a phrase from … Continue reading

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Guidelines vs. rules: bamboozled by bullets

It is not enough to be able to read. You have to know how to read. In other words, it requires some critical thinking. The internet is a good example, especially when it comes to the difference between guidelines and … Continue reading

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