Writing Tips

Writing Tips

  1. Put What You Want to Get Done in Paragraph One
  2. Use a Forecasting Subject Line
  3. Five Ways to Make it Easy for Your Readers
  4. Avoid Worn-Out Clichés in Your Opening Sentence
  5. Avoid Worn-Out Clichés in Your Closing Sentence
  6. Follow Basic Email Etiquette for Greater Productivity
  7. The Harmful Effects of Rambling Prose
  8. A Strategic Advantage that Begins at the Keyboard
  9. Use Plain Language
  10. Use Short Sentences
  11. Use Short, Simple Words
  12. Write in Active Voice
  13. Avoid Hidden Verbs
  14. Finesse with Tone
  1. Find Your Hidden List
  2. The Productivity Checklist
  3. How to be Read in Government and Corporate America—Use the Models of Writing to Get Things Done® (WGTD)
  4. Clear Communication Drives Productivity
  5. With Procedure Writing, Point of View is Everything
  6. In the Heat of the Moment–If It Feels Good, Don’t Do It
  7. Make Your Procedure a Thing of Beauty—Use an Appropriate Format
  8. Make Your Procedure a Thing of Beauty—Use an Appropriate Format (Example 2)
  9. A Tribute to the Gregg Reference Manual—the Gatekeeper of Business Grammar Since the 1950s
  10. The Benefits of Writing—Supported by a Phone Call