Legend has it that Ernest Hemingway was challenged by some friends to write a story in six words. Hemingway responded to the challenge with the following story: For sale: baby shoes, never worn. The story tickles the imagination. Why were the shoes never worn? Were they too small? Did the baby die? Was the baby not able to wear shoes? Any of these are plausible explanations left up to the reader’s imagination. This style of writing has a number of aliases: postcard fiction, flash fiction, micro fiction, and sudden fiction. This extreme brevity of writing directly applies in today’s micro-burst communication culture of text messages, tweets, and wall posts. Thus the inspiration for Six-Word Lessons for Project Managers. Get 100 simple to understand six-word lessons which cut through all the baloney and get you results fast.
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