Seven Great Management And Leadership Topics To Write About

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] There is an abundance of management and leadership articles available online. And that is very good. But many of these articles are redundant, outdated or just plain boring. What are some great topics to write about? Consider these seven: It Ends With You “Sorry, Bob, but THEY did not allow me to give you a raise.” Many managers are guilty of blaming bad news on their higher-ups or at least they present it that way. It happens everywhere because it’s convenient and does not feel wrong. Over to you: Can you motivate a manager to ‘own it’? Putting On An Act Wait, in the age of transparency, putting on a show makes no sense – that will surely backfire. But putting on a temporary act of confidence might indeed be beneficial. Who wants to follow a wishy-washy leader or one who seems unsure? Yet, in Read More …

Making Freelance Writing Niche Types Fit

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Our Freelance Writing Needs Defined We must make freelance niche types fit our needs, wants, values and lifestyles, and we also must make ourselves fit freelance niche types. Of our waking hours, we work more than we do anything else. I keep this in mind when college students come to me concerned about what to do for a living, and I tell them (because I want them happy) to do what they love. I also tell them (because I believe in the truth) to do what they are good at. The same goes for freelance writers. If we are talented, we have a chance. If we have a severe work ethic we have a better chance. And if we are devoted enough and relentless enough (and—ahem–masochistic enough) about writing for a living, we will be able to put on our vitas that we are indeed Read More …

Learn To Write: What Is Children’s Fiction and What Are The Genres of Children’s Writing?

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] What makes a book children’s fiction? There are a lot of different theories out there. Most children’s books feature main characters who are children – children usually read about children and adults usually read about adults, though there are some exceptions to this rule. Learn to write a good children’s story following the guidelines of children’s genres so the reader can better identify with the main character. Especially if the leading character is more like them.Most children’s books also feature children’s problems, such as dealing with independence from their parents, coping with social interactions, and similar situations. Children’s fiction almost always features the protagonist solving his or her own problems with minimal or no assistance from adults. In fact, adults may be completely absent from many kids’ books, whether they’re at work or in another world completely.Children’s fiction comes in a number of different categories, Read More …

The Way To Write A Great Newsletter

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Writing and publishing a newsletter is one of the most satisfying ways to promote your business, get involved in your community, or exercise those creative muscles. Imagine it: you at the helm of your very own publication, organizing the content, calling all the shots. Sounds great, right? It is great, but be forewarned: writing and publishing a newsletter takes a lot of work. You need to coordinate many things. Producing a newsletter can overwhelm even the most seasoned writers and business professionals. The following tips will help you organize and get your first issue out without problems. PLAN THE FORMAT You need to decide the format of your newsletter. How many pages will it be? How often will you publish it? Will you use spiral binding, perfect binding or simple staples? Will you accept ads; if so, how many? Will you publish your newsletter in Read More …