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Using silence in your presentation will add impact to your words.
Asking simple questions can give you surprisingly insightful answers.
When you read your own writing aloud you’ll hear things you overlook otherwise.
Your readers are more than job titles and demographics. They’re people. You’ll be a clear and persuasive writer if you ...
How do you know when to use "I" or "me" or "myself"? Here's a easy way to remember.
The so-called rules of our language are elusive and continuously changing. And how you define a rule depends on which ...
Before you begin your next email, ask yourself this great question.
The adage "it's not what you said, but how you said it" is profoundly true, especially around the office
Spelling and grammar are important. But the key to clear writing is to focus on using words with intention.
Crusty old teachers once told their students never to end a sentence with a preposition. But that so-called rule was ...
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