Tag Archives: authenticity

Finding the courage to write

Sometimes I’m not sure if authentic writing is easy, or hard.  Maybe it’s both. Sometimes I’d say it’s easy because all you need to do is write what you know: your experience,  your senses, your feelings, your values, your stuff.  There’s no one that can write that better than… Continue reading

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The meaning of authenticity: over to you (part 1)

Some reflections from readers on what authentic writing means to them.

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Starting to write with authenticity

Exploring what authenticity means as an introduction to a month long theme.

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Create a connection at work: writing with ‘Ohana

The more I read about managing with aloha the more convinced I become of the power of this way of thinking about, of looking at - or rather of being in the world… to transform the way we do business and the way that we work - including the way that we write when we’re [...]

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September theme: writing with authenticity

Just a quick reminder that I’m going to be moving to a more focused, themed approach to Confident Writing come September.  I’m going to be exploring the ingredients of writing with confidence on a month by month basis, starting with authenticity. Thanks to everyone for all the… Continue reading

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