The ‘inverted pyramid’ is a tried and tested formula for giving your writing more impact. Read the rest of this entry »
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Writing an email and not sure where to start? Here’s a tried and tested formula that helps you craft your message in under a minute: SCRAP. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve put together a list of all the writing tools and resources I recommend to my students and the business people I coach (and that I use every day!) Here’s the link to its permanent page:
The list features books, articles, websites and free plugins. All of which will help you to write more quickly, accurately and persuasively. Check it out for help with: Read the rest of this entry »
The executive summary is the most important part of any business report. Why? Because it’s the one part of the report everyone will read. For some people it’ll be the only thing they read. Actually, make that most people. Read the rest of this entry »