Stuff I Wish I Wrote

This week we are at 90. This is the lowest it’s been in months. Yahoo! So, because I’ve been doing so much reading I’ve collected many to keep you busy. Here is a little bit of what I did read and decided to share some with you.

You’re welcome!

Martyn Chamberlin kindly breaks down The Johnny Depp Guide to Mesmerizing Marketing.

I actually really need Brian Clark’s posts on The 5-Step Process that Solves Three Painful Writing Problems. It really helped me get through a post I was struggling to complete. Check it out and you have no excuse to not finish your next post.
If you are not attempting something new because you don’t have the qualifications, Chris Guillebeau’s post Qualifications explains if he can somehow craft a livelihood out of virtually no qualifications or marketable skills, surely you can too.

Seth Godin explains why you should First, make rice because “Too often, we quickly jump ahead to the new thing, failing to get good enough at the important thing.”

Sonia Simone confirms all your suspicions and answers the question: Is Starting Your Own Business Risky?

Nicole has some really long titles that may confuse you but she means well. At least in this post where she wants you to stop being so effin’ mean to yourself.

Who doesn’t want get more traffic to their site. Satrap shares a list of the 65 ways you can use to drive traffic to your blog.

Rosetta Thurman advises us to Stop Asking Should and instead ask how.

Jonathan Mead shares the fastest ways he’s learned to level up your your business.

Okay, that’s a wrap for this week. I’ll keep reading and share the best post next week.

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