Doubt #12

I  think doubting any imperative should be … imperative!

by 9GAG.com

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Doubt #11

I really doubt that the power of new distribution are an entirely good thing, which makes talking and teaching about them all the more important… and who runs the show will be Cesar. 

by Coco

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Doubt #10

I really doubt that digital societies will be working properly for the next years to come. We need some more widespread education on the topic first. Image

via Mashable

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Doubt #9

‘firsts’? I doubt they’ll ever get any easier… 

via Youtube

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Doubt #8

Symbolic “Something!”-Days are great, you know for symbolic reasons. Still, I doubt they make that much a difference in average Jane’s life. 

via Motifake.com

Happy World Women’s Day, m’ladies!

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Doubt #7

Sometimes I doubt that I can write properly.

I’ve seem to be hitting writer’s block far too often now. My grade in my creative writing class is suffering because i don’t turn in anything because i’m never really satisfied with anything i do. all my good ideas seem to turn into bad ones once i write it down. How do you get pass writers block?

You turn off your inner critic. You do not listen to your inner police force. You ignore the little voices that tell you that it’s all stupid, and you keep going.

Your grade isn’t suffering because your writing is bad, it’s suffering because you aren’t finishing things and handing them in.

So, finish them and hand them in. Even if a story’s lousy, you’ll learn something from it that will be useful as a writer, even if it’s just “don’t do that again”.

You’re always going to be dissatisfied with what you write. That’s part of being human. In our heads, stories are perfect, flawless, glittering, magical. Then we start to put them down on paper, one unsatisfactory word at a time. And each time our inner critics tell us that it’s a rotten idea and we should abandon it.

If you’re going to write, ignore your inner critic, while you’re writing. Do whatever you can to finish. Know that anything can be fixed later.

Remember: you don’t have to be brilliant when you start out. You just have to write. Every story you finish puts you closer to being a writer, and makes you a better writer.

Blaming “Writer’s Block” is wonderful. It removes any responsibility from the person with the “block”. It gives you something to blame, and it sounds fancy.

But it’s probably more honest to think of it as a combination of laziness, perfectionism and Getting Stuck. If you’re being lazy, don’t be. If you’re being a perfectionist, don’t be. And if you’re stuck, figure out where the story went off the rails, or what you got wrong, or where you need to go deeper, or what you need to add to make it work, and then start writing again.

Neil Gaiman via Kaliban

– Thank you.

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Doubt #6

I doubt that all connected to ‘the digital’ is well and shiny, as much as I love it.

by Loesje

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Doubt #5

The journey is all the reward you’ll get. Get used to it. 

via allmotivated.com

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Doubt #4

doubt that it should be this hard… but I also doubt they meant it to be this way. by The Oatmeal

by The Oatmeal

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Doubt #3

I doubt that Germans do NOT have a sense of humor … just hide it.

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