Cut Your Writing to the Bone: 6 Tips

English: blue scissors Español: tijeras azules

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Editing your own material is one of the hardest things for a writer to do. And it is a must-have skill in this attention span-challenged age …

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About Rob Biesenbach

Rob Biesenbach helps organizations and leaders communicate with purpose, power and impact so they can achieve their business goals and enjoy more success. He’s an award-winning communications consultant, an in-demand speaker and trainer, and the author of three fun, practical books that use lessons from the world of show business to help people with their business. His latest book is Unleash the Power of Storytelling: Win Hearts, Change Minds, Get Results, on which this post is based.
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4 Responses to Cut Your Writing to the Bone: 6 Tips

  1. Hi Rob
    I am going to have to check out your book. I have most of my posts and articles edited by an outside source as it always seems that I miss something when I do it myself. Thank you for the tips
    Tina

  2. Thank you, Vicki. And, Tina, it’s great to have someone else to look at your stuff. I miss that sometimes with certain projects where I’m working independently.

  3. Oh and, Tina, if you order from the publisher you can get a friends-and-family discount! Use the code act5 to get $5 off!

    http://www.raphel.com/osc_catalog/product_info.php?products_id=59

    Rob

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