If you want to motivate others to help you, a simple thank you goes a long way.
Usually we say, “Out with the old, in with the new,” around January, but that also describes what is happening to the news release.
There are many more people playing baseball in France these days than were 15 years ago, but how good do you think French baseball is? That occurred to me when I saw the headline on a short New York Times piece, “We are all writers now.” Well, maybe not.
If you go out to lunch with a prospective employer and you tend to drool when you eat, you can forget about that job.
“Grammar, grammar, who cares?” business professionals sometimes mumble. Well, you would be surprised at how many people do care, even those who are not writers. Don Ranley’s article on www.Ragan.com, titled “Seven Myths about Grammar,” touches on a few important points. Grammar and punctuation are important because they serve as the “cement” that holds the bricks together. It… Read more »