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Flip the academic script to engage your audience

If you have ever read (or written) a scientific or technical paper, you will be familiar with the structure. Each...

Unlearning academic/technical/corporate speak to connect with your audience

One of the skills I developed in my academic career was my ability to write for an academic audience. Imagine...

What if I disagree with my editor’s feedback?

Last week, I shared a blog about how to make sure you and your editor are on the same page....

How to write your book without neglecting your life

Writing a book is a big deal. It requires dedication, commitment, and persistence. However, it doesn’t require you to retreat...

How to make sure you and your editor are on the same page

At first glance, you may consider writing your book a solo endeavour. However, as John C. Maxwell once said, “Nothing...

Why you don’t have to be famous to write a book that adds value

When you think about international bestselling authors who have made a huge impact in the lives of millions of people,...

Mixed feelings about the end of lockdown? Me too!

As lockdown eases and the prospect of returning to normality becomes an imminent reality, you may be experiencing some mixed...

Three things I learned from writing a book in 24 days

I recently completed my first book, and it was quite the learning experience. Here are some of my biggest take-aways:...

Before you say “Yes”: What are you saying “No” to?

Saying “yes” is simple, and likely to be rewarding. We all share 6 basic human needs (certainty, variety, significance, connection,...