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Even If You Don’t Know It

You are having an effect on people, even if you don’t know it. People may write you months after an article went up, and tell you that your words are taped to the fridge for encouragement, or that they read your piece at a banquet to a round of applause. One line - honesty delivered, [...]

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Make an impact with your writing in 2008

Our words make a difference. Whether you call yourself a writer or ‘just’ someone who happens to write, our words - our e-mails, letters, reports, essays, blog posts, newsletters, articles - they make a difference. And the great thing is that we get to choose what kind of difference we’re going to make… Continue reading

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The ingredients of confident writing

What are the ingredients of confident writing?  Well, for me, confident writing means writing with: Authenticity: Writing with your own true voice.  Writing that is personal and human, unique to you, reflecting  your experience.  Writing with clarity and simplicity to allow your readers to learn who you are and… Continue reading

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Writing with responsibility

Responsibility is one of the 12 ingredients of confident writing. Writing with responsibility includes: Taking responsibility for your words.  Managing your writing and the words that you use.  Learning from mistakes and looking for ways to improve your writing.  Accepting responsibility for the impact of our words and  Continue reading

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Writing with impact

Impact is one of the 12 ingredients of confident writing. Writing with impact includes: Writing with clear, simple language.  Choosing powerful words.  Being aware of the visual impact of your writing.  Writing with all of your senses.  Focusing on the most important thing: the message you want to Continue reading

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