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Protected: An instructive diversion

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Protected: 111 word challenge 2023

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Collaborative Writing Can Lead to Chaos. Here’s How to Get It Under Control.

If you write for business, there will be times you write collaboratively. Whether in a software start-up, a Fortune 500, or a nonprofit, …

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How Experts Who Use Too Much Jargon Are Like Corny Adolescent Poets

The dense corporate-speak of the business professional and the angst-filled musings of a teenager after a breakup may seem like opposite ends of …

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How to View Your Writing Project Like a Developmental Editor

In a previous post, I explained why you should consider writing your book or project yourself rather than hiring a ghostwriter. This post describes …

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Thinking About Hiring a Ghostwriter? Read This First.

The topic was timely. “Hot,” even. Nay, “sexy.” The author had a job that lent credibility to his expertise. More than just holding …

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Why Highly Educated People May Struggle When Writing for Business

“Corporations have a hard time finding people who can think and write at the same time,” said an English professor turned publishing consultant. …

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Three Surprising Reasons to Write It Yourself

When I was a new writer-for-hire, I was always eager to serve when the phone rang or I received an email from a …

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Writing on a Team: Lessons from the Founding Fathers

When I started out as a freelance business writer, I didn’t give much thought to anyone’s writing process but my own. Clients would …

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How to Get Useful Peer Reviews

You’ve taken the time to turn those notes and reflections into writing that might promote a worthwhile idea at work, help your clients, …

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