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Overwhelmed readers often give up on wordy, long, and inconsistent lists. Help guide your reader; keep your grammar consistent. … More Grammar and Lists: The business case for consistency.
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Shave your long-winded presentation down to five minutes using these five, easy steps. … More Trim presentation, fat results. How (and why) to remove the bloat
Stop cloaking (or hiding) your verbs. For a more strident, memorable tone, use real vs. camouflaged verbs. … More Polish Your Writing: Remove Fake Verbs
Tips and insights from my first podcasts with Milwaukee Public Radio. … More My First Podcasts–Lessons Learned