Josh Bernoff is the author of Writing Without Bullsh*t. You can guess what it’s about. Early in September, Paul Simon interviewed him on the Huffington Post. That interview produced this gem of advice for anyone who thinks that “good enough” writing is good enough.
“People can write to stand out, rather than to fit in. That means being clear and direct, avoiding jargon, and most of all, getting right to the point, quickly. If you write like this, people will notice you.”
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