Trajectory

Trajectory -- Write RightBut I do not consider my life of any account as dear to myself, so that I may finish my course and the ministry which I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify solemnly of the gospel of the grace of God. — Acts 20:24, NASB

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How to be a Better Writer: Be Precise

How to be a Better Writer: Be Precise -- Write RightPrecision starts with life. Precision starts with the real. Precision starts in the experiences you have had, and if you want to write—and this is the crux of the whole thing—you better pay attention to what is happening around YOU as a means by which to begin to be precise. You better begin to look, and to see. – Brett Lott, Life and Letters

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Cut the World

Cut the World -- Write RightFind the thing in you that is different, that’s as sharp as a diamond and ragged as a razor. Hone that, because that’s the thing with which you’ll cut the world. — Clayton Cubitt, The Great Discontent

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Redefining Success

Redefining Success -- Write RightSo, no matter what I say, what I believe, and what I do, I’m bankrupt without love. – 1 Corinthians 13:7

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Perfect and Late or Good and on Time?

Perfect and Late or Good and on Time? -- Write RightI was posed the question, “Do you prefer perfect and late or good and on time?” It’s a standard interview question, but it gave me pause. I wondered at my response.

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What Type of Writer are You?

What Type of Writer are You? -- Write RightCertain qualities differentiate amateur writers from professional ones. For example, amateurs sometimes have little regard for criticism. They’re happy with the way their work is, not with the way it could be. Professionals are different. They’re in pursuit of what’s better, and “better” often necessitates criticism’s thrashing.

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Work Hard

Work Hard--Write RightSo let me tell you something, if you want to be taken seriously you need to get up and make it happen, because you can’t do nothing if you don’t make a move. There’s work to do…Work. Oh, you gotta work.The Washington Projects

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Write Right Enters the Battle Room

Write Right Enters the Battle Room

Change the Stakes

Change the Stakes--Write RightWhy all this hysteria? Why do you insist on making a scene and making it even harder for me? You’re looking at this backward. The issue in Jerusalem is not what they do to me, whether arrest or murder, but what the Master Jesus does through my obedience.
— Acts 21:13, The Message

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Have Fun

Have Fun--Write RightTo be a writer and an artist is to be given a gift and a responsibility. I am to care for the gifts and talents I have been given. At the same time, I should have fun with them.

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