Archive | May, 2014

Dan Harmon’s secret to improving bad writing

As someone who writes for a living, I’m often intimidated by my profession. Producing a great piece of content (and I’d suppose the same is true for a novel or short story, but I don’t write those) is a mixed blessing: on the one hand, you now have proof you can write something great that […]

Best advice on perfectionism I’ve heard

I’m somewhat of a perfectionist. After struggling with it for a long time, I’ve learned (through trial, success, and failure) how to push through perfectionist tendencies and just get work done. Of course, this doesn’t mean I’m not still looking for ways to produce instead of experiencing perfectionist paralysis. In his book Make Every Second […]