I've been a huge fan of Donald Miller for quite some time. I thought his post today was spot on and just had to share.
A novelist I respect named James Scott Bell gave some writing advice I think applies to more than just fiction. In his book Conflict and Suspense he says, “Perfect people are not interesting to us. We need to see flaws in the characters as well as strengths.”
He’s talking about building conflict into a story, of course, but I think there’s something true about this idea in life, too.
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