This Five-Hundred Year Old Italian Word Can Teach You a Lot About “Effortless” Blogging — The Art of Blogging

Great content is often fascinating because it seems effortless. It appears to be the collective effect of inspiration, genius, and eureka moments. There’s an old Italian word for this, sprezzatura, which Seth Godin describes as, “a combination of elan and grace and class.” It is addictive, in part, because it seems to be the embodiment […]

via This Five-Hundred Year Old Italian Word Can Teach You a Lot About “Effortless” Blogging — The Art of Blogging

Author: phil795

Aspiring writer. Founder of the Farmington (NM) Writers Circle and the Arkansas Country Writers Circle. Currently, I have two novelettes, a poetry collection, and a few collections of short stories published on Amazon in both Kindle and paperback. Visit my Amazon author's page at amazon.com/author/philslattery for my latest works. Others are in the works.

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