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My Statement of Values

As Marc Zicree says, "Your career will be defined by two poles: what you stand for and what you won't stand for." I hope that my body of work communicates to the world what I value, but I also believe that it's important to codify and share upfront my values and how they guide my […]

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The Difference between Doing a Job and Serving a Role

*While I am specifically talking about editing and editors in this post, much of this applies to ghostwriting and ghostwriters as well. When my son and nephew were seven and five years of age, my father asked them to help him do some yard work. He would pay each five dollars in exchange for their […]

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