Posts Tagged ‘writing’

How To Find Your Voice

Today, we excavate your voice. Do you ever feel like everything you read online kind of sounds the same? It’s like we’re stuck in this echo chamber, and we just parrot each other’s words and ideas. But I know without a doubt that you have something unique and exciting to say, even if it feels…

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One Simple Tip That Leads To Excellent Customer Service Skills

If you’re looking to improve your own or your employees’ email communication… this one tip is going to help you develop excellent customer service skills in your company starting today. First, let me ask you a simple question… Have you ever received an email that made you feel awesome? I sometimes feel like the art…

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Get Off the Content Creation Hamster Wheel

If you’ve started to learn about blogging, video marketing, podcasting, and e-book writing, then you know how important content is to attracting new customers for your business. The problem? It’s easy to get stuck on the content creation hamster wheel. Your blog, your newsletter, your podcast: they all turn into this monster that you need…

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Unconventional Blog Post Ideas To Stop Writer’s Block

Stumped about what to write for your next blog post? Have no fear, I’m about to share with you my totally unconventional “works-every-time” blog post ideas, so you can get back to business. In today’s episode we’re tackling the blank screen and writer’s block… If you’re a business owner trying to reach your prospective clients…

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How To Find Time To Write

Short of having your dog write for you, you might be asking yourself how to find time to write… and you’ll be surprised to find out that I was able to find more time to write while walking this little cutie! I’ve written about how to write faster here before, because as bloggers and writers…

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Scrivener Tutorial – How To Import Mind Maps Into Scrivener

I’m so excited to be bringing you this Scrivener tutorial on how to import mind maps… why? Because I’ve been a fan and user of Scrivener since 2007, when I was first dabbling in the art of writing for fun. This is part two of my writing process series. Click here to see part one,…

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Mind Map For Writing – A Mind Map iPad App Recommendation

This tutorial is part one of a two-part series on the writing process, and we’re starting off by looking at the benefits of the mind map for writing. If you’re not familiar with the concept of a mind map, here it is in a nutshell: it’s a visual representation of ideas and words arranged around…

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