Re: How to deal with a "Closed" group of writers?

Subject: Re: How to deal with a "Closed" group of writers?
From: pierre2 -dot- goulet -at- rogers -dot- com
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 2 Feb 2005 06:47:37 -0700

This text is difficult to understand. I'm being polite. Was it really
written by a professional writer?

To spurn means to reject. So it sounds like the writer of this text
to work alone. But as he writes on, it sounds like the writer wants to
accepted by this group of writers. So which is? spurn or not spurn?

To be successful, work hard, produce quality work on time (or some
compromise negotiated with the customer), have integrity AND be
and, in my opinion the most important skill which I sadly have
to my detriment: network effectively and relentlessly.


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