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Are these 5 grammar mistakes costing you business?

I’ve got some confessions to make. I’m not a fully paid up member of the grammar police. This might surprise you, coming from a writing coach, but I’m just not one of those people who gets hung up on the detail of grammar points, who piles in to pick holes in a post on grammar [...]

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Writing online PR

I don’t know about you but one of the things I find hardest to write is my own PR.  Blogging makes it easier in a lot of ways - because it’s a more natural, conversational medium - but harder in others - because you don’t want the business stuff to jar, to break rapport with [...]

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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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The ingredients of a credible writing style

Honesty, trustworthiness and credibility are all vital to a good business reputation. You may be used to reflecting these values in what you do and say at work, but what can you do to inject them into the written word? I started thinking about this on the back of a piece by Rosa Say on [...]

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Writing with a purpose

I’ve written before about the benefits of writing with a purpose.  Being aware of your intention in writing, of the values that are driving your work, can help you overcome blocks and barriers and write with greater confidence. This principle also applies when you’re writing for yourself or writing at work.  There’s a useful article [...]

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