Tweets by The Wise Sloth #9: Writing, Art and Creativity

Cartoon image of a sloth sitting on a mountain top. He is wearing a yellow robe. His head is bowed with his eyes shut, and beams of light shine from around his head. With his left arm, he is holding one finger in the air. Above him are the words, "Tweets by The Wise Sloth."

Writer = idea maker + communicator.

Each thought only comes around once a lifetime. Unless no part of you cares about them being lost/remembered, write them down. Last chance.

You’ve learned something everywhere you’ve been. If you don’t write it down, it’s only a matter of time until you forget.

You’re more likely to succeed as an author by writing 100 books that are 80% perfect than writing 1 book that is 100% perfect.

Hero + need + opportunity + condition + plan + decision… drives hero to fulfill condition requirements to get that which satisfies the need.

Writer’s block is just anxiety and panic attacks. To master the art of getting through writer’s block, Google “steps to overcoming anxiety.”

Every writer should Tweet on Twitter to gain experience condensing sentences to the bare essentials.

Writers have two choices: 1. Write about the most important topics they can 2. Write things that distract people from more important topics

You can’t come up with good ideas without coming up with bad ideas in the process.

Stories are like Celtic knots. You can make good ones without planning, but there’s a limit to the elegance you can achieve.

By expressing yourself, you create yourself.

It’s an inconvenient truth that the quality and quantity of art produced by a nation increases with the quality and quantity of drugs available to its artists.


If you enjoyed these Tweets, you’ll also like these:

My Tweets About Self-Help
My Tweets About Romance
My Tweets About Philosophy 
My Tweets About Religion
My Tweets About Politics
My Tweets About Economics
My Tweets About Pop Culture

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