Arthur C. Nielsen Quote
When describing nature, a writer should seize upon small details, arranging them so that the reader will see an image in his mind after he closes his eyes. For instance: you will capture the truth of...
Programming your mind with positive thoughts each day will go a long way to keep you from allowing external criticism to derail your dreams.
They could argue for hours on almost any subject; they usually agreed on broad conclusions, but disagreed on almost every detail.
Good writing is remembering detail. Most people want to forget. Don't forget things that were painful or embarrassing or silly. Turn them into a story that tells the truth.
In displaying the psychology of your characters, minute particulars are essential. God save us from vague generalizations!", May 10, 1886)
The beauty and mystery of this world only emerges through affection, attention, interest and compassion . . . open your eyes wide and actually see this world by attending to its colors, details and ir...
If on any given day you don't cry from rejoicing in the beauty of the world, then you have not lived that day.
It was not by gentle sweetness and self-abnegation that order was brought out of chaos; it was by strict method, by stern discipline, by rigid attention to detail, by ceaseless labor, by the fixed det...
As writers we live life twice, like a cow that eats its food once and then regurgitates it to chew and digest it again. We have a second chance at biting into our experience and examining it. ...This...
Arthur Charles Nielsen Sr. (September 5, 1897 – June 1, 1980) was an American businessman, electrical engineer and market research analyst who created and tracked the Nielsen ratings for television as founder of the A.C. Nielsen Company.