Kotryna Kurt on Book Quotes / InspirationPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketing4 months ago
"How can someone be busy and not accomplish anything? Well, that's the passion paradox. Leave passion for the amateurs. Make it about what you feel you must do and say, not what you care about and wish to be." - Ryan Holiday
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Kotryna Kurt on Book Quotes / InspirationPersonal Branding / LinkedIn Ads & Marketing4 months ago
Our own path, whatever we aspire to, will in some ways be defined by the amount of nonsense we are willing to deal with. - Ryan Holiday
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Miglė Galvonaitė on How to write a book?Writing Counselor and Gonzo Writerabout 1 month ago
Join writing theraphy adventure “Writest”. For those who like to try or continue using writing magic to accept yourself and everything in the past, present & future.✨🙏🏼

Miglė GalvonaitėWriting Counselor and Gonzo Writer
Thomas Desimpel thank you so much for your kind words! Books and being in the right place & right time did some magic before the socials I think! ✨🐝
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Yrjö Ojasaar on Great BooksVC, speaker, traveler & reader11 days ago
What are your favorite modern fiction books, and why?
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Here are some lesser known gems: The Contortionist's Handbook - Craig Clevenger - interesting look at mental health issues through a prism of mystery (fans of early works of Chuck Palahniuk will enjoy for sure). Savage Girl - Alex Shakar - good example of postirony, candid and entertaining look at modern cool-hunters, marketing/pr influencers (coined the fascinsting concept of 'paradessence'). Decades ahead of its time. Microserfs - Douglas Copeland - humorous, satiric, insightful look into the minds and lives of developers - the modern tech serfs toiling on their digital fields (while secretly building their passion projects at night). Again - decades ahead of its time.
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