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Celebrate your independence with these seven tools
July 29, 2021 | Pro tips

Celebrate your independence with these seven tools

July is the month that America celebrates its independence —our freedom as citizens not only of the country but of the world. One of the greatest freedoms we have is the ability to build and grow our own businesses and truly be independent workers

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Change is life's only constant
June 28, 2021 | From the founder, Pro tips

Change is life’s only constant

In the words of Paramahansa Yogananda: “change is life’s only constant.” No truer words have been spoken, nor are they more relevant than after the sweeping disruptions to our work lives, health, economy, and social systems experienced in 2020

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How good intentions can spread bad information
June 2, 2021 | Uncategorized

How good intentions can spread bad information

Did you know 60 percent of small businesses that suffer a cyberattack go out of business within six months? That figure belongs right at the top of any article or report about the importance of cybersecurity – it’s a stark reminder that cyberatt

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Pocket Guide: Media for the overwhelmed
April 19, 2021 | Pro tips

Pocket Guide: Media for the overwhelmed

A hundred years ago, organizations looking to spread awareness had a handful of media options to get the word out: newspapers, magazines, catalogs, and out-of-home placements like posters in town halls. Soon came radio, and then television, but earn

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Women’s History Month: 5 female writers you should know
March 15, 2021 | Pro tips

Women’s History Month: 5 female writers you should know

Earlier this month, Wordery, an online bookstore and literary marketplace, published a study answering the question, “Are the most popular rated fiction books written by men or women?” Respondents commented with their favorite books of all t

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Levelution of language 2021: a fool-proof guide
January 31, 2021 | From the founder, Pro tips

Levelution of language 2021: a fool-proof guide

Toward the end of summer 2020, I engaged in a text exchange with a relative who will remain unnamed, but let’s just say he/she/them/they were at least 25 years my junior. In response to one of my extremely brilliant, curiosity-inducing questio

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Writers who will restore your faith in American civil society
January 4, 2021 | Pro tips

Writers who will restore your faith in American civil society

Over the past several decades, Americans haven’t just become more divided along ideological lines – they’ve also become increasingly hostile toward fellow citizens who don’t share their political attitudes.  According to Pew, partisan an

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Five-step storytelling method
December 2, 2020 | Pro tips, Writing police

Five-step storytelling method

If you want to stand out in your industry, you want to be considered a thought leader in your field. As such, you gain credibility and help influence others — two things that every CEO or executive can use to their advantage in their business. One

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For better or worse, the rise of microcontent
November 2, 2020 | Pro tips

For better or worse, the rise of microcontent

Short-form copy, microblogs, clips, snippets, soundbites — yawn.  The latest craze in the publishing biz that caters to our rapidly deteriorating attention spans, microcontent is any form of media that is consumable in 10-30 seconds. That inc

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The elements of style in the age of noise
October 2, 2020 | From the founder, Pro tips

The elements of style in the age of noise

“Writing is hard, even for authors who do it all the time,” offers Roger Angell in his introduction to the everyday writer’s handbook, The Elements of Style.  Angell himself is no stranger to writing, having watched his stepfather, E.B

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