Love the Language and the Best Writer in You Will Show Up

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It’s not the content, it’s your passion for the words that counts. There are seven ways to succeed but only two ways to fail. You could fail and bend your willpower to having a failure skirt at least the outer limits of greatness. You can pivot your failure and turn it into a limitless success, disrupt the normal order of business, and turn failure into an opportunity to become something you never set out to be, motivational guru for instance — or life-hack coach. Failing but turning failure into burning ambition sets the motivational gurus apart from those who failed, and…...

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Rajpal Abeynayake Practicing attorney at law, and contributing writer to South China Morning Post and Nikkei Asian Review. Public Affairs and Public Relations consultant. As an attorney at law, he practices in the Supreme Court and Appeal Court of Sri Lanka and has specialized in public interest litigation. Rajpal was the Editor in Chief of the Sunday Observer and the Daily News published in Colombo Sri Lanka, and the Lakbimanews English language weekly, of which he was the founder editor. He has been previously published in the Singapore Straits Times regularly and was an opinion writer whose column won him the Editors’ Guild Columnist of the Year award. He was a member of the World Association of Newspapers' Facebook expert group. AMIC (Asia Media Information and Communications Centre) has curated a collection of papers he wrote and presented on media-related issues. A short audiobook written by him on China and the so-called digital firewall is available in Audible. Rajpal writes across genres and is passionate about raising important issues facing underprivileged communities, wherever they may be. He believes in empowering people through his writing. More can be read here www.rajpalabeynayake.com