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A different take on confident writing

I’ve just stumbled across a piece on the meaning of confidence at ‘Talking Story with Say Leadership‘.  It’s part of the exploration of the Hawaiian concept of “Ho‘omau” which they are focusing on for the month of May (I’ve just sneaked in before we hit June!). What struck me was the emphasis on confidence… not [...]

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What brand is your blog?

Have you ever thought about the brand that you’re projecting through your blog?  Whether you’re blogging for business, to build a social network or just to connect with friends and family your blog is a powerful instrument for expressing and portraying your personal brand. One of the beauties of blogging is that it allows you [...]

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Why does confident writing matter?

Well it’s over to you this time… I’d love to know why writing is important to you, why it is that you want to write with confidence. I’ve set up a quick, easy (and completely anonymous) survey to find out what you and other readers are writing for… Continue reading

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Exploring new words

What do you do when you come across a new word?  Looking up new and unfamiliar words is a great habit to get into.  That includes checking the spelling or meaning of words you don’t normally use and are less than totally comfortable with, and exploring a word that you’ve never encountered before. I bumped [...]

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Are you burdened by blogging?

Have you ever felt weighted down by the all the things you “should” be doing to improve your blog writing? If so, you might enjoy the tongue-in-cheek list of 22 blogging “shoulds” by Alister Cameron, ‘blogologist’. I love number 14: You should aim for about Continue reading

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