When inspiration (or duty) calls, you’ve got to answer—use these handy tools for the on-the-go Chaucer in all of us.
If you’re getting bogged down by a client or coworker’s vision, this framework can help solve the problem.
Take it from Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn: “Your focus determines your reality.” Amid a relentless stream of emails, meetings, and stimuli, scheduling periods of alone time to focus on the important stuff is key, says Harvard Business Review.
There’s no one-size-fits-all secret to getting your writing done, but these might help.
For all our word nerds out there: The Economist charts the change in taboos through a history of slang.
Evidence from Harvard Business Review suggests that hands-on managerial CEOs are, on average, less effective than leaders who stay more high-level.
Despite all the money law firms spend on internet marketing, Above the Law says, more people choose a lawyer by a referral from a friend, relative, or another lawyer than any other method.
Author Nicole Krauss weighs in: does writing from a male perspective remove certain expectations and confer authenticity?
In defense of a platform that promotes self-editing and a concise thesis. The New York Times says: “Twitter has always been the jazz of the internet.”
Writing is perhaps 20 percent creative; the other 80 percent depends on good time management. A strategic plan can save time and dramatically increase your output and efficiency.