Part two of a two-part interview with Bruce Watson, the senior editor of Chase Bank News. … More Four Questions: Bruce Watson
George Orwell inspired Bruce Watson as a boy to write with clarity and to avoid condescension. Lessons on jargon from the senior editor of Chase Bank News. … More Four Questions: Bruce Watson
We all hit a trough (a drop in energy) in our days. Daniel H. Pink’s “When” shares great ideas to circumnavigate it. … More Why push through fatigue? Rest instead.
We can learn much about communicating from Daniel H. Pink’s book on the science behind timing. … More How timing impacts our energy, approach, and messages.
Apply these three easy tips to your persuasive writing for a less resistant (more delighted) audience. … More What’s in it for your reader? Getting your audience to resist less.
Few grammar rules get as bad a rap as the passive voice. Delight your readers by making your writing active. … More Avoid sounding weaselly. Use more active voice.
An interview with the NY regional editor for Engineering News-Record on effective punctuation, writing, and why more companies ought to hire quality writers (and pay them well, too). … More Four Questions: Eydie Cubarrubia
SSgt Richard Veysey finds Nerf guns, stress balls, and positive reinforcement yields terrific results when coaching Marines on how to present. … More Four Questions: SSgt Richard Veysey
We all love the concept of brilliant public speaking. Yet few of us feel we do it well. Learn tips (and techniques) from those in the know. … More Four Questions: Toral Livingston-Jha
Follow these simple persuasive presentation tips to make your audience more receptive vs. resistant to your ideas. … More Ways to Make Your Presentations Even More Persuasive. (Tricks Politicians and Sales People Already Know.)