Kelly Koepke knows how to write, how not to write and when to choose each option. Clifton Chadwick, Comunicaciones Kokopele
Youre good at what you do. With my help, you can sound that way on the page, email and the web. What’s stopping you? Maybe an easy to use template would help?
Friday tip: Speak with authority and others will believe you.
The same holds for writing: words matter. Say what you want to say in the way you want to say it. Use words that resonate with you. Don’t copy someone else’s style. Learn from their writing, but don’t imitate. Uncover the ideas that they communicate. Then figure out the ideas you want to convey. I give you permission.
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to catch your own typos? Here’s why.
You are the best at what you do! Shane Barber, Kareer Insights
Friday tips to get your creative juices flowing:
1-Be yourself & write what you know. Give yourself permission to write in your style about the things in which you’re interested.
2-Let go of perfection. Done is better than perfect.
3-Practice short & be flexible. Not every piece of writing is a novel. A blog, social media post or article can be a single line or paragraph.
4-Be inspired by others. Something you recently read could probably use your perspective.
Reading keeps you young.