Tag Archives: grammar

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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9 Steps to Clear Business Writing: by Brad Shorr

The ability to communicate clearly is always important, but when it comes to business writing, clarity reigns supreme. In business, words drive decisions and action. Write clearly, and you help colleagues and customers make the right decisions. Write haphazardly, and you lay the groundwork for mistakes and confusion. Since most companies prefer profits to problems, [...]

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Getting clear on solutions: the writing coach business

I’m working on ways to improve the way I write about my own business (do you have days like that too?) Earlier this week I was reading Liz Strauss on ways to market your business. She was talking about business strategy too - like not inventing a new and better product just because you can. [...]

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When you can’t find your voice

What to do when you can’t find your writing voice.

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Two Simple Steps to Writing With Authenticity: by Robert Hruzek

Guest post on writing your own way, in your own style.

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