Years ago I read a book by James Robinson, Winning Them Over: Get Your Message Across by Dealing Successfully with the Media_. Robinson explains how to effectively convey ideas to […]
“No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader.” ― Robert Frost In my last post I wrote about […]
“There’s nothing magic about it, but seeing things in a positive light—including yourself—will give you that attitude necessary to succeed.”[i] Kevin Leman Today’s Verse: “The Angel of the Lord […]
Vin Scully, the legendary LA Dodger broadcaster, literally paints a picture of every game he calls. While he is a master of words, he is also the master of knowing […]
Candidly, I groan when a potential author sends me an inquiry that lacks a specific target topic or, a topic that affects a certain, identifiable group of readers. Too often […]
When we’re giving a presentation or speaking at a function it’s always a good idea to arrange for a question and answer period. This period serves a couple of purposes: […]
B. Joseph Pine II and James H. Gilmore, in a Harvard Business Review article wrote, “But experiences are not exclusively about entertainment; companies stage an experience whenever they engage customers […]
Without question the most effective way to sell your products is to those who just heard you speak. You’ve inspired them, you may have teased them with many great ideas […]
Words can communicate or distract. Too many words can cause a reader to stop reading and never pick up your book or article again. As writers we need to be […]
When we’re writing a book or long article solid and quality feedback are critical. After all feedback should be about learning, developing and changing. We should always want to put the […]
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