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Neil Strauss: Writing With Brutal Honesty | How I Write Podcast

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Neil writes about all the icky, taboo things you’re not supposed to say out loud. As the author of ten New York Times Bestselling books, he’s built his career on getting celebrities like Rick Rubin, Kevin Hart, and Jenna Jameson to open up in a way that most writers are too afraid to do.  But don’t get it twisted — “being vulnerable” doesn’t mean “word-vomit your deepest, darkest secrets to the world.” It means sharing who you truly are in a way that’s interesting to other people.  In this episode, Neil reveals how to be vulnerable in your work, the right way. He breaks down story structures that hook your reader. He reveals how to cultivate your life to support your writing. And he shows you how to say things in public that most people would be too scared to share with their closest friends.  If you’re scared of sharing your work in public, this episode is for you. Come learn how to synthesize your vulnerability in a way that resonates with other people. SPEAKER LINKS:  Website: Twitter: Instagram: Books: WRITE OF PASSAGE:  Want to learn more about the next class Write of Passage? Click here: PODCAST LINKS:  Website: YouTube: Apple: Spotify: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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