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People ask me about my "Goldilocks Chapter" method of ghostwriting and how it has worked out for clients who want a book contract.
Within the last week of 2011 over four million Android devices were activated. What does this mean to the business professional who has been waiting to write a book? You'd better get with it.
Ask any professional writer about the need for a fresh set of eyes and they'll tell you it's essential. I don't have an editor for my blog posts and newsletters, but when I write long form, whether a white paper, article or book, I always collaborate with one.
If you're writing a non-fiction book and you're NOT interested in publishing it yourself, you need to write a book proposal, not a book.
"Times are bad. Children no longer obey their parents, and everyone is writing a book." ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero
Sitting in the Booth Playhouse I found myself squirming at times, wiping away tears at others and often feeling ashamed of the ghost writers who were behind the work being read. For a taste of the brilliance I included a video at the bottom of the page.Read More »
Prompt: What’s the one thing you have come to appreciate most in the past year? How do you express gratitude for it?
This Daily Show segment, while aimed at news shows, rings true for business communicators, too.Read More »
In the continuing discussion of key messages in your business writing, here's a quick example of how a slogan can reflect underlying key messages.Read More »