Category Archives: Business Communication

Can You Really Write a Book in 48 Hours

How is it possible to write a book in 48 hours? I’ve recently been hearing about publishing coaches who offer to help people write a book in only 48 hours.   Intrigued I looked into this further and am surprised to … Continue reading

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Mind Mapping to get the best out of your story line

Mind Mapping Your Ideas and Stories Whether you are writing for business, a blog, or a novel, you need to know that a good story will hugely help your own writing style, and the readers to absorb what you’re trying … Continue reading

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Tips For Finding New Subjects to Write About

Every time I sit down at my computer, I’m nudged to write.  Write anything!  “Sure, that’s easy for you to say”, I quietly curse the insistent voice in your head that’s trying to urge your fingers to start working magic … Continue reading

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Hey Mr Telemarketer… don’t call me Darl!

So I’m doing my morning ablutions, and with toothbrush in my mouth, hear my phone ringing in the other room.   Quick rinse, dive for the phone – expecting it to be a call I was waiting for – and … Continue reading

Speaking is Part of Writing

One of the big things a lot of writers and new authors don’t understand when they are writing their first book, is that once the book is launched, then the hard work really begins. I attended a full day event … Continue reading

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Using Keywords in Content

Think about what you most want to be known for.   Maybe it’s leadership, maybe it’s customer service, maybe it’s for making the very best skateboards in he world.  OK – that’s the easy part.   But your website needs … Continue reading

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Your BEST Content is the Easiest to Share

I know it can be nerve wracking to get up in front on an audience, and talk about what you do, or present to the sales team the new outline for the proposed new budget.  But here’s a great way … Continue reading

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Stories that Sell Your Business

I was recently following a series of posts on Facebook and found that a group of business people were starting to share their stories about their personal reasons for being in business.  Some of the members were writing some pretty … Continue reading

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How do you share the stories in your business for marketing success

One of the big trends I’ve been hearing and reading about from marketing and online people lately is that 2014 is the year of CONTENT.  This means that sharing more about what you do, how you do it, and making … Continue reading

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Business Communication

But what does your company actually do? Yesterday I had an interesting experience researching a few dozen companies for a client to confirm what industry type they each best fitted into.   I decided the easier way to do this … Continue reading

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