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Everything is Useless
Do you ever feel that everything is useless? Well, as a tested genius, let me tell you… you’re pretty much right. Think about the best toy you ever got as a kid. Now picture five years later. It doesn’t matter … Continue reading
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It’s Like Dowsing for Accountability!
(In other words, I expect this to have as good of a chance for success.) As a writer, both my biggest motivator (and potentially biggest fear) is accountability. (I suppose that should just say “As me…”, but this is about … Continue reading →