Category Archives: marketing

The Tech is Great, But What’s it Good For?

I’m listening to one of The Great Courses on “Becoming a Great Essayist” to help improve my skill set. One of the more important things the professor has shared so far is the need for the essayist to make his or … Continue reading

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How Fascinating is Your Brand?

One of my projects earlier this year was being on the team helping Sally Hogshead proofread, format, and research an updated version of Fascinate: How to Make Your Brand Impossible to Resist. It’s a fun, creative way to help a … Continue reading

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Tips for Improving Your Proposal Writing

For the last ten years, at least a third of my income has been derived from proposal writing. I still have no idea what goes through the minds of Source Selection Boards or other organizations to ensure that you will … Continue reading

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Writing Bios

This post is a narrative version of a presentation I gave at ScribbleSpace on December 4, the original title of which was “Boost Your Online Bio to Create Your Personal Brand.”

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What Do You Do Best?

“We can say that Muad’Dib learned rapidly because his first training was in how to learn. And the first lesson of all was the basic trust that he could learn.”  ― Frank Herbert We all have abilities (things we’re born with, … Continue reading

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