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How Are a Great Novel and Diet Similar?

I remember the hardest diet I ever did (and I’ve done many).  It was when I was 17 years old.

I won’t go into the nitty details but…

A diet is similar to a great novel in that in both cases, you can’t wait to get to the end.

Think about that for a moment.

This is why ‘diets’ don’t work.  I’ll argue that to my grave.

Your brain doesn’t like nor will it form a habit around willpower based thoughts.

Willpower basically means doing sh** that you don’t want to be doing.

Good luck with that.

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Think differently – Kyle Newell

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The New Stephen King Book

The main book I was reading last Friday on the beach was the new Stephen King book, The Outsider.

Being the horror buff that I am, it’s hard for me to believe that I’ve never read one of his books.  I’ve seen the movies but that’s about it.

Even though I’ve never read one of his books, I am and have been a huge fan of his art.  He is prolific and one of the best of all time.

He wrote his first novel, Carrie, while working full-time in the public school system up in New England.

How’d he do it?  Simple, he wrote any chance he had.  He didn’t wait for the perfect time.

In his book, On Writing, he talks about he writes 2,500 words per day, no matter what.  Some people will say, ‘Yeah, of course he can do that, he’s Stephen King.’

Whereas the more appropriate way to look at it would be, ‘He’s Stephen King because he writes 2,500 words per day.’

Just some food for thought.

Think differently – Kyle Newell


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