One of my favorite people of all time is Kern Carter. Not only is he an amazing friend, but he's also the kind of writer that wants to lift up as many other creatives as he can, while he is on his own journey. He's a very special soul and today he held a workshop … Continue reading @KernCarter’s Cry Workshop On How To Build Connections with Brands
Writing For Change Speaker Series: Presented by Writers and Editors of Color Takes Place Every Sunday Morning @ 9 AM PST
Today's topic was "The Words We Choose Matter," and I think it's important to reiterate to some of my followers how important a statement that is. You can find the link at the bottom of this post and in the green lettering above. I think it's important for me to write about writing because I'm … Continue reading Writing For Change Speaker Series: Presented by Writers and Editors of Color Takes Place Every Sunday Morning @ 9 AM PST
What’s Missing From Your Branded Blog?
If Your First Response Is "I Haven't Posted In Awhile," Then What's Missing is You! You Are What Is Missing From Your Blog! Every day that you post something on your blog, no matter what you are talking about, is a day when you are rebelling against people who tell you that your voice doesn't … Continue reading What’s Missing From Your Branded Blog?
#Writing Shamelessly, And Other Questions on Your Mind
"Where, When, How, Did Free Writing The Way You Do, Become A Thing For You?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0llyRfGysk This is where it started for me. A lot of my influence comes from John Hughs's films. Pump up the Volume, Sixteen Candles, all the stories of the 80s and 90s that talked about youth being disenfranchised, alone, left … Continue reading #Writing Shamelessly, And Other Questions on Your Mind
#WritingCommunity Write What You Know, But How?
The first thing I'd suggest - is never look back at years of your own failures to learn how to do shit better, not because it doesn't work, but because it'll drive you crazy. Each and every one of us who claims that we want to be writers, never ever, stop to think about what … Continue reading #WritingCommunity Write What You Know, But How?