Words On My Radar is a weekly on the C2C that features articles written by some of the best bloggers out there on the subjects of writing, life, and blogging.
Words On My Radar
The Problem With Always Trying To Be “Epic” via @menwithpens
Like James, I too am not a fan of the word “epic.” It’s so overused these days. I do use the term “great” on the C2C, but as you know I don’t mean perfect, or “Super,” when I use the word “great,” I just mean “meaningful” and “purposeful.” To try to be Super all the time is just exhausting and will always end up with you not feeling good enough.
Why You Should Read The Type of Stories You Plan On Writing via @elizabethscraig
So many books to read, so little time. Elizabeth Craig gives you advice on how to pick and choose the right books you should read during the little time you have during the week.
How To Write About Yourself via @writetodone
The difficulty of writing about yourself is highly underrated. This guest post from Write To Done gives you some great pointers on how to pull it off.
How To Create A Killing Marketing Plan For Your Book Launch via @socialmouths
Is your work finished? Are you ready for it to launch? This post is for you.
5 Steps To Marketing Your Blog (Even If You’re Broke) via @pushingsocial
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a blog post about marketing geared toward individuals with few resources on hand to market their blogs. So I commend Stanford for showing us how marketing your blog can still be done when you’re broke.
The Ultimate Guide To Video Blogging via @viralblog
Personally, I’m not at all comfortable with Video Blogging. But I have been flirting with the idea lately. For those of you who are really interested in enhancing your blog with videos, check out this ultimate guide to Vlogging.
What The Changes To LinkedIn Mean For Your Job Search via @LikeableMedia
A great breakdown of what LinkedIn’s current changes mean for you.
Heaven Is Real: A Doctor’s Experience of The Afterlife via @TheDailyBeast
Wow. Just. Wow. Read this. It’s just. I’m speechless…
5 Banned Books You Should Read So You Can Stick It To Censorship via @readlearnwrite @ChrisCiolli
In my opinion, a book that is banned is doing something right. Support the freedom of speech by reading these books!
Levi’s “This Is You” Ad via @Levis
This is probably the best commercial I have ever seen. I’m curious who wrote it. It has some great lines in it. (I almost thought it was a “get out the vote” campaign for teenagers.)