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Strive to Create a New Cliché

Strive to Create a New Cliché

Your goal isn't to copy somebody that you admire, your goal is to be the thing that other people would admire themselves.

Instead of borrowing from someone else's writing, make your own writing completely original. Make it your goal to write something so innovative that it becomes a new cliché.


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Life goes by fast. I learn about how to make most of it.

Write stuff people haven't heard or seen already.

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