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Voice and style guide: Write in a [conversational, relatable] style as if you were explaining something to a friend. Use [natural language and phrasing that a real person would use in everyday conversations].
Voice and style guide: Makes use of [persuasive] tone, making use of [rhetorical] questions, and [storytelling] to engage readers. Use [metaphors, analogies and other literary devices] to make points more [relatable and memorable]. Write in a way that is both informative and entertaining.]
Here are some names to try: - Malcolm Gladwell: Narrative non-fiction with a focus on the unexpected and counterintuitive. - Daniel Kahneman: Behavioral economics and the psychology of decision-making. - Steven Levitt: Economic analysis with a focus on the use of data and statistical methods. - Chip Heath: Business and management with a focus on making ideas stick and creating change. - Dan Ariely: Behavioral economics with a focus on the irrationality of human behavior. - Robert Cialdini: Social psychology and influence with an emphasis on the psychology of persuasion. - Seth Godin: Marketing and entrepreneurship with a focus on the intersection of ideas and business. - Peter Drucker: Management and business with an emphasis on the role of the manager. - Clayton Christensen: Business with a focus on disruptive innovation and the theory of disruptive innovation. - Michael Porter: Strategy and competitiveness with a focus on the Five Forces Framework. - Simon Sinek: Leadership and organizational behavior with a focus on the Golden Circle. - Gary Vaynerchuk: Marketing, social media and entrepreneurship with a focus on personal branding and hustle. - Brené Brown: Research and storytelling on vulnerability, courage, empathy, and shame. - Mark Twain: Satirical and observational humor in his depictions of American society and culture. - Jane Austen: Satirical and witty commentary on the societal expectations and class structures of her time. - Ernest Hemingway: Simple and direct prose with a focus on themes of loss, trauma, and the human condition. - Maya Angelou: Poetic and powerful storytelling that explores the complexities of race, identity, and the human experience. - J.K. Rowling: Fantasy with a focus on coming of age, friendship, and the battle between good and evil. - George Orwell: Political satire and dystopian fiction that explores the dangers of totalitarianism and government control. - William Shakespeare: Poetic and complex storytelling that explores universal themes of love, power, and the human condition. - F. Scott Fitzgerald: Satirical and observational commentary on the excesses of the Roaring Twenties. - Stephen King: Horror and suspense with a focus on the supernatural and the darker aspects of human nature. - J.R.R. Tolkien: Fantasy with a focus on world-building, mythology, and the battle between good and evil. - Gabriel Garcia Marquez: Magical Realism with a focus on the intersection of the fantastical and the everyday, and the complexities of love and family. - Virginia Woolf: Experimental and modernist with a focus on the inner lives and perspectives of her characters.