I got some valuable feedback about my writing the other day. It was plain and simple really… “It sucks!”
I just try to be really, really honest with people when I think… that they suck!
Santana Lopez, Glee
He did not really say it that way but I’m pretty sure that’s what he meant. I asked him to critique an entry I did for that Air Asia contest at Nuffnang and his exact words were, “You are always that serious, huh. You need to be more fun. You are funny when speaking, but not when writing.”
Kinda brutal but it was the brutal truth that I needed to hear. It was exactly what I needed to improve my writing
Of course, I still do not know where to go from there.
It makes sense. Too serious becomes dragging aka boring. Make it funny and it becomes engaging. But how? How the heck am I supposed to become funny when writing? I do not have a clue why I can be funny speaking but not in writing?
Maybe I should just start a podcast?!? Hmmm…
Ryan’s top five talent themes are:
Relator, Arranger, Learner, Maximizer and Individualization.
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