How To Write A Potentially Epic Blog Post

How To Write A Potentially Epic Blog Post

by Stan Faryna

Stan Faryna

Swedish House Mafia, Don’t You Worry

Help others unlock wisdom, self-understanding and the potential to live well, to be true, to love and to shine.

That is the secret to writing a potentially epic blog post. It is also the secret of friendship. Love. AND leadership – among other things.

It’s that simple. Oh – yes – it is also that difficult.

Such honesty, of course, means turning down the dial on your expectations of what will make you (or me) happy.

Because happiness is not the measure of a person or perfection. On occasion, happiness may coincide.

The pursuit of happiness without reference to the true, the good and the beautiful can and often is a self-defeating and self-destructive preoccupation – however natural, compulsive and self-evident.

Think this over, my friend.

Understanding this may save you from undue misery, desperate and regrettable decisions, and, most of all, doorways and well-worn paths to darkness – where hope is reluctant to follow.

Stan Faryna
15 September 2012
Bucharest, Romania

6 Responses to How To Write A Potentially Epic Blog Post

  1. This is epic. Thanks for showing us how it’s done.

    A writer needs to consider how a reader’s life will be improved by reading an article. Will the article provide useful information? Will the article be an entertaining diversion from life? If so then the reader will be pleased to have invested the time to read the article and will likely return. If not, then the reader most likely will not return.

    Thank you for this epic post, Stan.

  2. TheJackB says:

    Agreed on all counts. You have it in you.

  3. Mark Harai says:

    This piece is beautiful, Stan : )

    Cheers mate!

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