Should You Write About Trending Topics or Evergreen Content?

Close-up of white person holding reading glasses with brown rims. Through the glasses a forest is seen.
Close-up of white person holding reading glasses with brown rims. Through the glasses a forest is seen.
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  • Readers are free to share their take with you, resulting in healthy discussion. Or a verbal war.
  • If you share the same opinion, by writing your heart out you could make a reader feel less alone or bothered by what’s going on in the world.

Content compilations

When I look at my latest 14 book buys, these are mostly published in the past five years. Two of them are still considered top of their game. One has outlived its creator:

  • David Burn’s “Feeling Good”, published in 1980 which I found on this reading list by Mark Manson.
  • What moved people and what they occupied their minds with.
  • How they felt and dealt with their situation.

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Writing my way to progress. Topics: personal growth, life lessons, tooling & (failed) ventures.

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