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Connection is in the. . . Details.

One of our natural urges, when we're writing, is to get straight to use sweeping generalizations so we can say as much as possible in a few words as we can.  I get it, I've been guilty of this too, at times.

But, when you paint with broad brushstrokes when you skip over the details in favour of short-cuts and generalizations you're depriving your audience of a deeper connection with you.

Connection is hidden in the details.

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