Advice for my early blogger self – be consistent, and be persistent

If I could go back to early 2004, and give myself advice as I started exploring this "blog" thing, I'd probably recommend the following: Write good quality posts over meaningless clickbait more often than not;Be consistent, and be persistent - it takes a lot of work to build an audience, but it's worth it;Embrace social…

It’s ok to dislike your writing, just not yourself

I really like this piece of advice from Neil Gaiman to a writer. We all write stuff and dislike it immensely for different reasons. Often, the work doesn't meet some expectation we have and that's ok but don't dislike yourself for having written it.

Paul Graham’s tips for start-ups, curated

Stelios Constantinides has curated his favourite Paul Graham tips for start-ups in a handy Medium post titled "Paul Graham’s Startup Advice for the Lazy". Handy reading for entrepreneurs of various shapes and sizes. https://twitter.com/paulg/status/630132481732120576 Image credit: Power Point by Robert Scoble, licensed CC BY 2.0

A father's advice to his daughter about words in magazines and make-up aisles

I came across this terrific letter Dr Kelly Flanagan wrote to his daughter in a blog post titled "Words from a father to his daughter (from the makeup aisle)" which I want our daughter to hear when she is old enough to affected by them. Two paragraphs really stood out for me: When you have…
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