I had a great time with Dr. Dan French on his Rhetoric Warriors podcast. Dan's the star here. Besides being a great standup, he was on Emmy-nominated writing staffs for late night TV shows with Dennis Miller, Craig Kilborn, and more. We talk about my career and his, and do a deep dive late in the show on comedy mechanics. If that's your thing, you'll enjoy this conversation.
Quit trying to be clever.
Instead, be obvious.
Why? That helps the reporter.
When you help the reporter, it’s easier for the reporter to help *you.*
Stop talking “page count” and start talking “word count.”
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What do you want the reader to do after they finish?
Write down your answer. Really. Keep it under a dozen words.
Do that and you’ll write more effectively and faster.
For the details, check out the video with the guy in the jacket.
It’s hard to be creative on command, but here’s a simply way to make things more interesting for you… and for your readers.
Try the easy technique I explain in this 90-second video.