I am the author of “The Art of Listening,” “The Secret Life of Plants,” “The Art of Getting Things Done,” “The Art of Writing,” “How to Listen,” “How to Write,” “The Art of Being a Human Being,” and “The Art of Being an Artist.
My book, The Art of Listening: How to Listen, Learn, and Know Everything about Everything, is a guide to making friends and learning everything about anything that’s ever been said to you. You can purchase your copy on Amazon.com by clicking the “Buy Now” button or by clicking here.
I am the author of The Art of Listening, The Secret Life of Plants, How to Improve Your Life, The Art of Getting Things Done, The Art of Writing, How to Create a Successful Business, The Art of Being a Human Being, and The Art of Being an Artist. My book, How to Learn Everything about Anything, How to Improve Everything about Everything, is a guide to making friends, learning everything about anything, and improving everything about anything.
I have been a published writer and a published editor for thirty years. I have written hundreds of articles for several major magazines including Business Week, Information Week, Time, The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. I also wrote a few books and a few thousand articles for several other websites, including The Art of Listening, How to Improve Your Life, and The Secret Life of Plants.
I have also been a software engineer for about twenty years and I have been an avid reader for over thirty years. I am currently a freelance writer and a freelance editor. I’ve written hundreds of articles for several major magazines, including Information Week, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.
I have written everything from personal essays on parenting and marriage, to books on how to grow faster, how to build websites, how to get more out of your marketing, to how to increase your income and improve your financial future.
In a nutshell, I feel that I know a lot about what I’m talking about because I write about a lot of things. I’m passionate about this and I love to share my knowledge with others.
I love to write. I like it about as much as the rest of the world, but I think it is because I see people as human beings. I want to understand people, I want to help them, and I want to see them succeed.
I get that you want to help people. But there are some times when it is important to be more than just a critic. I know, I know, “I’m just a critic” is a cliché, but it is true and no one wants to hear that cliche.
I’ve been on the road for a long time, and I know it’s true, but I think people can’t make their own decisions about how much they should or shouldn’t be doing. I don’t think that makes them any less selfish than I’m used to.