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5 Laws You Should Never Break As A Writer

For the aspiring writers and lawyers out there: if you are a lawyer and you catch a writer doing any one of these (with the exception of maybe number 5) congratulations to you, if you are a writer caught doing any one of these (especially number 5) you should really know better.

5 simple laws no writer, lawyer, or person should ever break in their life.

  1. Lying. As a writer, your job is to report, write, and speak the truth.
  2. Cheating. Taking the easiest path usually guarantees failure.
  3. Stealing. Corrodes your credibility. Diminishes your readership. Enough said.
  4. Corrupting morals. It is a rarely used charge for a reason.
  5. Procrastinating. Technically this isn’t a law but while it may be fun for a while you’re only screwing yourself in the end.

Stop Procrastinating

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