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Our Voices May Be Quiet, but Never Silent

Filed in Finding & Following Your Voice, Your Purpose as a Writer by on December 18, 2010 0 Comments • views: 473
Our Voices May Be Quiet, but Never Silent

I learned something today at my haircut appointment: the stylists who are successful may or not be good at cutting your hair. What they are good at is making people feel good. And that’s no accident. It’s a calling. Take my stylist, Melissa. Her initial education was in the medical field. Raised in California, she […]

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Voice of Violence?

Filed in Finding & Following Your Voice, When Writing Is Hard by on December 16, 2010 0 Comments • views: 379
Voice of Violence?

I was just as shocked as anyone to see the news story on the shooting at the Panama City, Florida school board meeting yesterday, December 14th. If you didn’t catch the story, a disgruntled ex-convict named Clay Duke attended the meeting where the board was discussing typical school-board business. He listened for awhile, then walked […]

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A Former President Hears His Own Voice

Filed in Finding & Following Your Voice, When Writing Is Hard by on December 14, 2010 0 Comments • views: 395
A Former President Hears His Own Voice

I’m a fan of the show 24. It makes for great motivation while I’m working out. With all that action going on the screen you can’t help but run faster. Actor Gregory Itzin plays American President Charles Logan in season 5 and 6. He received an Emmy nomination for his outstanding performance. Unfortunately his character […]

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Who Are Our Heroes?

Filed in Finding & Following Your Voice by on December 13, 2010 0 Comments • views: 409
Who Are Our Heroes?

I was conducting an interview awhile back with a scientist, a very accomplished man who has embarked on a new mission that, within the next 5 years, may change the face of cancer treatments. I have to remain secretive about his name as the interview was for a client, and the story is exclusive. But […]

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