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A SERIES OF POSTS ON MOTIVATION: CONNECTION

Assuming we’re still hanging in on the “Six Human Needs” I introduced a few weeks ago, a good starting point on the subject of what drives us all, I’m pressing ahead with the fourth of the six: connection. Connection has … Continue reading

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A SERIES OF POSTS ON MOTIVATION: UNCERTAINTY

Assuming we’re all reasonably okay with the “Six Human Needs” I introduced a couple weeks ago—at least a good starting point on the subject of what drives us all—let’s continue with the second of the six, and the opposite of … Continue reading

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A SERIES OF POSTS ON MOTIVATION: CERTAINTY

Assuming we’re all reasonably okay with the “Six Human Needs” I introduced last week—and I’m not entirely convinced myself, but this list is at the very least a good starting point—let’s dive in to the first of the six: certainty. … Continue reading

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STARTING WITH CHARACTERS

Continuing to put together my outline for Bella Lucky and the Monsters of Methone for next month’s—no, next week’s (yikes!)—start to NaNoWriMo, it’s time to focus in on the characters. I also want to continue along the short, bad book … Continue reading

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WHAT MOVES YOUR VILLAIN: EXCUSE VS. DEFENSE

Many, many years ago, when I was still living in suburban Chicago, I went to traffic court. At least back then (I’m fifteen years behind on any developments in Illinois state law) when you got a traffic ticket you could … Continue reading

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