“If you ever find yourself in the wrong story, leave.” Mo Willems I was doing that rapid buzz through e-mail thing so many of us do to cross a “to do” item off our lists when this gem of a quote brought me back to mindfulness. It’s timely, of course (as so much is when… Continue reading If you ever find yourself in the wrong story, leave
So why would a kid who hated English, couldn’t spell, found grammar rules nauseating and saw no use for writing in career plans wind up relishing a career as a writer?
Sometimes you just need a good laugh. It’s fun to design client marketing material that has prospects smiling, giggling or drawing attention from office mates seeking the source of huge guffaws. Inspiration for this can come from unusual places. Creative writing with effective humor can enhance anything you produce. Recently, the Business Insider posted 15… Continue reading Creative writing can be hysterical
If your goal is to build credibility and gain prospects’ attention (that would be in a way that bolsters their confidence in your ability to help them achieve rather than undermining it), keep in mind, everything counts.
I don’t usually need motivation to write (it’s what I do for a living and something I truly enjoy), but figured I’d take this Ultimate Blog Challenge to commit to daily blog posts this month. Don’t expect this kind of volume after July. Still, it seemed like a good goal with the launch of this… Continue reading The Ultimate Blog Challenge
If you dread marketing or writing and seek an honest, talented provider, feel you don’t have the skills but want to learn or have a couple of projects you need to get done but lack the time to make it so, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll offer free tips periodically to those following… Continue reading Having fun with writing projects