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How to Be A Journalist In A World Full of Opinions

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I spent a lot of time trying to decide which words to use for this headline (yes, I write headlines before I write articles). For the word journalist, I almost wanted to put “objective person” or “standout,” but those words are awkward.

For the word opinions, I wanted to use a word that was catchy, like “noise” or “biased nutcases,” but I didn’t want to insult myself and everyone else I know. So I settled on this headline.

How to be an objective standout even though everyone else is a noisy and biased nutcase.

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The Writing Tip They Didn’t Teach You In School

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My education was full of “Aha!” moments that helped me acquire the skills necessary to eventually become a decent writer.

“Your essay needs more examples.”

“Aha!”

This is how it typically went. Question: what sets you on the path of success to writing? Your answer is probably one of four:

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