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Write for the Audience You Trust and Respect

Write for the audience you trust and respect, not for the one in your imagination that sneakily whispers “I’m going to look for a way to misuse or misunderstand your words if you publish that.”

Writing is not only a learning process where you grow from the feedback of your audience, but it’s also a process of placing responsibility on your readers to engage your words critically.

You will never write intelligently or creatively if you don’t believe people are capable of reading intelligently and creatively.

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