Yearly Archives: 2013

Three New Year’s Resolutions For Anybody Who Writes 2

I’m a New-Year’s-resolutions kind of guy, so I would be remiss if I didn’t share these three easy ways in which you can resolve to write more effective emails, texts, social media posts and blogs in 2014:  1. Think before you type. Social media turns fleeting thoughts into digital reality. We’re practically programmed to write the first […]

How Not To Be ‘Responsible’ on LinkedIn

LinkedIn recently published its top 10 overused profile buzzwords for 2013. This is something the company began doing four years ago, and “responsible” tops the latest list. In fact, it was overused twice as much as any other word, including such overused holdovers from 2012 as “creative,” “effective” and “analytical.” (“Experimental,” “motivated,” “multinational” and “specialized” didn’t make the […]

Four Ways We’re All Writing Books Without Even Realizing It

You know that cliché, the one about everybody having a story to tell? Well, it’s true. There’s a book lurking somewhere inside everyone. In today’s digital world, a book can be fewer than 1,000 words or as long as your imagination wants. The evolution of the book business to include such developments as Amazon Singles […]