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6 Reasons Science Says You Need to Start Taking Naps Everyday

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


What does Kanye West have in common with Aristotle, Leonardo da Vinci and Albert Einstein? Well, apart from being a creative type, he loves to take daytime naps. While many of West’s habits are questionable, science says he may be onto something here.

10 Quick Tips to Immediately Improve Your Writing

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight


It doesn’t matter what your cultural or educational background is, or whether you are writing a short story, blog post, business letter or e-mail, do these ten things and you will immediately improve your writing.

10 Little Clues That You Will Be Successful

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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How is what you're doing working for you? Are you getting what you really want and need? Look out for these ten little clues that indicate you are actually on the right path and you’ll succeed—eventually.

5 Mental Hacks to Get Back to Being Happy in Life (Backed by Science)

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


Too many people today are unhappy. Our hurried lifestyles don’t help either. We are too busy, unfocused, stressed, irritable and highly susceptibility to severe mental illness. But, neuroscientists say we can all learn how to bring more meaning, satisfaction and happiness into our lives.

30 Eternally Inspiring Quotes From William Shakespeare Everyone Should Read

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight


No other author is quite as famous as William Shakespeare—and for good reasons too. A prolific poet and play writer, Shakespeare is considered by many the world’s greatest playwright ever. His quotable lines are so rich and potent they're a must read.

How to Overcome Uncertainty, Doubt and Fear, The Psychic Banes of Creativity

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


Whether you are a writer, a painter, a musician or anyone in between, you’ll suffer creative uncertainty, fear and doubt many times, especially when releasing something new you’ve created to the world. There’s nothing wrong with being nervous or fearful. The only mistake is to let it stop you in your tracks.

Resilience of Print Forces Amazon to Open its First Physical Bookstore

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight


Earlier in the year The New York Times reported how five years ago the book world was in collective turmoil and panic over the uncertain future of print. Now the tune has changed. The digital side of business has leveled off. Analysts predict print will “thrive” in coming years. And Amazon now feels it has no option than to venture into the print world. The irony in Amazon opening its first brick-and-mortar store in is not lost to bookstore owners and observers.

Twitter Introduces 'Heart' Icon, Hoping to Win Love

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight


On 3rd November, in a small and seemingly insignificant move, Twitter replaced favorites (star icon) with likes (hearts icon.) But, you can already bring back the old 'star' icon if you hate the new Twitter 'hearts'

8 Smart Ways to Deal with People You Don’t Like

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


In a perfect world, each person we interact with would be nice, kind, considerate, mindful, generous, and more. But, we don’t live in a perfect world. Some people drive us crazy, and we (admittedly) drive a few mad as well. How do you deal with someone you really don’t like, and would rather avoid? It could be a client, an editor, a publisher or even just a relative that you just don’t get along with.

Why Writing Longhand is So Important Still (Backed by Science)

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight


Every creative person ought to write—not just professional writers. But did you know writing longhand helps us absorb information better, and learn significantly more than writing using a laptop?


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