Category Archives: Grammar & Writing Skills

Writing to Be Read

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Here’s an activity to celebrate National Reading Month: practice your own writing!  When we think about speed reading exercises, we often think about our role as a reader. In this article, we review writing tips that will help others speed read what we write! Headings and Bullets. In today’s information packed world, we write for…
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Want to Boost Productivity? Have Employees Read a Book!

Would you like to boost employee confidence? Improve empathy? How about encouraging curiosity and critical thinking across all levels of your organization? What if, in doing so, you could also foster a new sense of community and engagement? Now, imagine if I told you all you needed to do was to have them read books…
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Six Word Selfie

Selfies. Even the word can come off as self-centered. Barely discernable landmarks, oblivious celebrities and current events blur behind odd faces, cocked heads and flashy grins. The word was, for better or worse, added to our lexicon this year, though it’s not always well understood (John Oliver’s Last Week Tonight featured an entire segment called…
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Seven Lessons from Fiction

You can read my mind. It’s true.  Watch: Imagine a desk, cluttered, lit by the hazy glow of a computer monitor and an overhead fluorescent fixture. A slate gray phone barely peeks out from beneath a cascade of file folders and papers. On top of the precarious stack sits a bulky white binder adorned only…
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