On Great Biographers And Biographies

If you’ve been following my blog for a while (if that’s you, thank you) you’d know that I love writing and reading. I love books; both reading and writing them. I love biographies. Biographies are great repositories on wisdom for both life and leadership. How people not only led themselves but the impact they had on others, and the world at large. I’ve recently completed two biographies. As I was about to review one of them, I thought it might be helpful to think, “What makes great biographers and biographies?”

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How Not Writing Often Hurts You

Life can be full of drama. You can be so busy living, working, ‘familying’ and many other things that squeeze out other things. This is not a question about what how important the other stuff is. It is just a reminder of how we can go through seasons swept away by different tornadoes. I’ve been on the go recently and one of the things that suffered in the stranglehold of the ‘ings’ was writing. Getting back into it I realise how not writing often hurts.

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