I cannot imagine just how right you are. And this goes beyond just cursory respect.

It is weird when we write and don’t read. Plus, how do we know if we are writing to our audience? We got to know what they are interested to know.

We have to read what they write.

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16x Top Writer (as of May 2022). I am a Consultant, and I run start-ups on top of my 9–6. I think, write to spread ideas that work.

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Aldric Chen

Aldric Chen

16x Top Writer (as of May 2022). I am a Consultant, and I run start-ups on top of my 9–6. I think, write to spread ideas that work.

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