Tag: Writing A Book

Writing a Book: Schedule your writing time

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So much to do, so little time I’ve never had a client with nothing to do but write the book that would enhance their career. They all had tons to do, including work and home life and a little recreation. There were also those little emergencies that you can’t plan for, but which always happen. Finding time to  »  Read More

World Cup and Word Choice

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Today is the beginning of the 2014 World Cup and I’m feeling grateful that I don’t write about sports. That’s because I’d have to choose the word to describe the sport they’ll be playing in Sao Paulo today. The problem is that I’m an American. Same game, different names Americans call  »  Read More

Writing a Book: Waiting for inspiration and other foolish endeavors

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I’ve attempted to fill this site with lots of information about writing a book. But I’ve noticed that there are people who say they want to write a book, but who never quite get around to it. It seems like they’re always waiting for something. Waiting for inspiration Waiting for inspiration is one of the  »  Read More

5/23/14: The Writing Edge for Business Writers

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You’re a businessperson. You may not think of yourself as a writer, but you know that writing well can boost your results and your career. Naturally, you want to do better. Every week I point you to one or two pieces that I think will teach you something or spark an idea or two. This week I’m pointing you to  »  Read More

Writing from both sides of your brain

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Formally it’s “lateralization of brain function.” More commonly people refer to their left and right brain. Whichever name you choose, you need both parts of your brain to write well. Left brain, right brain Read Kendra Cherry’s article, “Understanding the Myth of Left Brain and Right Brain  »  Read More

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