Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Around the Word Today

Two for Tuesday just wouldn't suffice...
  • Not sure how to grasp the voice of a faraway client? Speechwriter Colin Moorhouse recommends perusing the principal's last three speeches, and opting for terse sentences in the active voice
  • When it comes to proofreading, Ragan suggests a game plan: clear your desk, proof from back-to-front, and always enlist a second set of eyes
  • Wondering how to close a speech? Nick Morgan encourages you to get your audience engaged and out of their seats with a short group activity

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