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Proofreading Your Work

Proofreading your own work is one of the most demanding tasks required as you ready your manuscript to meet the world.  Why? Because the brain sees what it thinks is there. Count the number of errors in the excerpt above.  … Continue reading

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Conquer Your Computer

The first thing to understand is that, contrary to outward appearances, the computer is not deliberately trying to frustrate you. Kicking it or throwing it against the wall will not make it behave any better, and is probably not covered … Continue reading

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We Can ALL be Winners!

Set your goal and train for success. Continue reading

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Who is stealing your time?

 What do you do when you first sit at your computer in the morning? If you’re anything like most people I know, you begin by checking your emails and messages. Well, I don’t do that now—I get right to work … Continue reading

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Don’t Abandon Your Writing Resolution This Year

  According to the latest statistics, only 9.2% of all New Years Resolutions are achieved. Nearly a third of them are abandoned in the first two weeks of the year. (statisticbrain.com/new-years-resolution-statistics/). One way to keep your resolutions alive is to … Continue reading

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