Nobody wants to be known as a boring conversationalist, and one way to avoid that reputation is to steer clear of predictable speech patterns. Do you overuse the phrase "per our conversation?" Here are five less frequently-used variations to try out! As Mentioned As Agreed Following our conversation Pursuant...
So you have a business idea, great! Now you simply have to actualize it, starting with a business plan. A business plan helps you get funding for your business idea, but your proposal needs a solid structure. Business plan outline The key to a good business plan is the outline. It...
Updated September 9, 2022 - Legal consideration is a critical element in business. A business majorly revolves around giving out a product and getting a stipend in exchange, but there are some legal requirements to follow. Everything has to be acceptable by law in exchange for a conducive and...
Writing Prompts Prompts are an excellent tool for writers to get started on their ideas. Even if you are not a professional, learning how to use writing prompts will bring your projects to the next level. What Is A Writing Prompt? Writing prompts can save you from writer’s block and help you...
Updated 14 September, 2022 Walking into DSW for the first time searching for a new pair of shoes can be overwhelming—so many options and styles to choose from! The same can happen to a writer as you start scrolling through that long list of font styles in MS Word. And...
Are you a freelancer who wants clients out there to know about what you have to offer? Despite your hard work to promote yourself, you still may be struggling to capture potential customers' attention. Attracting the companies you need with your writing is not rocket science, but there are definitely tricks...
Writing is the fun part. Editing is the hard part. Know what the first part is? Planning! What you do before you write is just as important as what you write. Planning a business document and using an outline are valuable tools you should reach for first in your...
People love to tell others what to do with their voice: “Lower your voice,” or “Save your voice.” And one suggestion that causes a lot of confusion is: “Use your active voice when writing, not passive.” My active voice? Not my passive voice? I thought I only had one voice… In...
Ever notice how some people start a sentence with “The fact is … ” or “I know for a fact … ” but it quickly becomes evident that they are merely offering their opinion? They may speak with passion and conviction, but it’s obvious that the statement is not...
The business world is inundated with jargon—and its effects can range from merely annoying to completely obscuring the meaning of something. Some people rely too heavily on jargon in their writing. And because it’s easy to use—trendy catchphrases you’ve picked up from others—you may find yourself inserting it in...