Why you need to outline and edit your blog posts

By rickColosimo / December 18, 2012 / Comments Off on Why you need to outline and edit your blog posts

I often write in a prolific burst when starting a post, rushing to get the thoughts out of my head and onto the screen. But, in looking back over many old posts at ThoughtStorm  or rickcolosimo.com, I see that I have sometimes, or often, failed to edit them as well as I could have. The…

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Is my future locked away in a cabinet?

By rickColosimo / December 15, 2010 / Comments Off on Is my future locked away in a cabinet?

I wrote this a while ago while describing my transition to the new Airbook (aka Macbook Air) and some new software, all of which necessitated and facilitated some significant changes in workflow. I really want to write a lot, lot more. I feel like it’s the crowbar I can use to open my future. What…

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Quote – my writing style

By rickColosimo / November 5, 2010 / Comments Off on Quote – my writing style

I wonder if there’s a WordPress plugin to count all the parentheses in my blog posts. Quotation of the Day: A picturesque talent will express itself in concrete images; a genial nature will smile in pleasant turns and innuendoes; a rapid, unhesitating, imperious mind will deliver its quick incisive phrases; a full, deliberating mind will…

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Are you a thought leader?

By rickColosimo / May 28, 2010 /

At some point, and I’m not sure I can remember why, I started subscribing to Scott Ginsberg’s blog. About now, you’re thinking “Who?” Scott. The Nametag Guy? Oh, now you remember. *That* you’ve seen. Anyways, he writes some good stuff. My personal opinion is that there’s a lot of chaff in the wheat, if I…

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