“Three anti-social skills to improve your writing.” [TEDEd clip]

November 26, 2012 — Leave a comment

Someone tweeted (almost wrote “tooted” by accident) this link the other day, so I decided to share it here. It’s from TEDEd, which is always a good place to lose track of time. 

So… “1. eavesdrop. 2. pretend imaginary people are real. 3. mutter to yourself.”


Isn’t it great to know you share some qualities with anti-socials?

Or not.

Also, if you don’t consider yourself a writer but you have these skills, here’s a good reason to start that novel or screenplay you always wanted to write. Especially for you stalker-ly types, nosy peeps, or the kind who still have imaginary friends. Note that I’m not advocating what you normally do with these skills outside the writing context. Remember: everybody knows you never go full anti-social.

Never go full anti-social. 

heh heh heh.


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