Talentedly email: communications experts have a burden to be clear

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A friend of mine got an email from Talentedly, a company that “informs, educates and inspires people at work by combining technology and experts to create products that are affordable, accessible and make work feel amazing.” When you describe yourself that way, your communications had better be simple and clear. Theirs wasn’t. Some people start … Continued

“Writing Without Bullshit” live and online

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I’ve got two appearances coming up that you might enjoy if you’re interested in writing without bullshit. This Friday, June 10, at 3PM ET, I’m on Michael Krigsman’s CXOTalk. Michael does live interviews with video intended for a senior executive audience. Should be a blast. And on Thursday, June 23 at 2PM ET, I’ll be … Continued

Replay, unanswered questions from Writing Without Bullshit webinar

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After 400 people attended my Webinar last week and we got dozens of questions. Scroll to the bottom of this post for the recorded replay. Below are my best answers to some fascinating questions about the meaning ratio, tone, reviews, and what causes bullshit. (Questions edited for brevity and grammar.) What is a good meaning ratio target? (Mike DeWees) … Continued

On Thursday, a webinar where anything could happen

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You know, the Webinar I’m doing tomorrow is live. Anything could happen. I might say just about anything. No one can stop me. Sign up now and tune in tomorrow, Thursday, at 1PM. Here’s what I can guarantee will happen. I will tear apart some really bad writing, teaching technique and making you smile at … Continued

Please join my first-ever webinar on Writing Without Bullshit

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I’m finally coming out of my shell. In partnership with WriterAccess, a company that matches writers and those who need them, I’ll be doing a free Webinar on Thursday October 22 at 1PM eastern time. I’m excited to put my ideas out there where you can use them. Snarky humor will definitely be included. Here’s the … Continued