The Benefits of Taking Time to Write for Yourself

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Top writers will often advise you to find a niche and focus on adding value to your audience. Although I agree with this advice, at the beginning of my writing journey it did not help me.

As a new writer, it can be hard to write with the confidence you need to attract readers. So, here is why I advise you should write for yourself first…

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A Visionary and Author that inspires leaders, changes ideologies through smart thinking, and encourages others to be their best selves.

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