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16.3.16

Do you make these two common writing mistakes?

My favourite book about writing is called “Write Like Hemingway”. It’s author, R. Andrew Wilson (PhD), shares his love for the great American fiction writer by unpacking all that is elegant, lean and learnable from Hemingway’s books.

Hemingway was the master of the short sentence. He understood the power of brevity. The stronger our point, the fewer words we need to make it.   Read More

 
9.3.16

The power of storytelling and women

By Sarah Cannata

When ‘I’ is replaced by ‘we’, even ‘illness’ becomes ‘wellness.’ Malcolm X

By the time you read this, I will have launched the first issue of my new digital magazine, This Woman Can. In many ways, the decision to pursue this path was taken out of my hands; my experiences, combined with the incredible people I’ve met and stories I have heard in the past year, made inaction impossible.   Read More

 
9.3.16

The business impact of writing a book

Hungarian-born architect and building engineer, Anetta Pizag, wants the companies she works with to thrive.

One way to do that is to change the design of their workspaces, she says. But many leaders, especially in small growing companies, struggle to believe that workplace design can impact productivity and performance.   Read More

 
2.3.16

Should you add to the information avalanche?

By Kath Walters

Building visibility – and getting noticed – is the new normal. Everyone is blogging and sharing on social media. But as you cleanse your inbox of trashy marketing messages each day, have you ever felt the pressure of the task? How can we make our blog a gift and not a burden?

The answer lies in our intention.   Read More