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Give your writing a workout: writing tips from the Confident Writing community

Wouldn’t it be great to be a lean, mean, writing machine? Too right. This month’s compilation of writing tips from the Confident Writing community is inspired by Brad Shorr’s question, with a whole host of ways to give our writing greater impact. Cut the word flab I always try to eliminate adjectives. It seems to [...]

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Quick update on writing with impact

Phew, I’ve got a notebook stack full of ideas for posts on writing with impact, including lots of ways to build on ideas, comments and suggestions here - so keep them coming… So far we’ve covered making an impact with your writing in 2008, what we can learn about writing from web design, and 5 [...]

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Power, possibility & purpose: what I’ve been writing elsewhere

Writing for other blogs can be scary to begin with but fun once you get into your stride. I write at a number of other sites and enjoy the creative stretch and challenge of adapting my material to the purpose and format of each blog - without losing my own voice. Here’s a selection of [...]

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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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Resources for writers: your writing wish-list

I asked you last week about the resources that would help you achieve your writing goals in 2008. And we weren’t so much talking about the practicalities here but the inner resources that you’d draw on to inspire your writing. You might think of it as a frame of mind, or a different way of [...]

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