In Part Three of the Writing Guide, we review the writing samples you've completed so far and discuss some grammatical issues that you need to pay attention to.
While you wait for the next blog post, why not take action on these ten quick and easy points that may or may not make your life a little better?
Benjamin Franklin was obviously an extraordinary man, so he must have had quite the daily schedule. Here I "translate" his daily routine into a more digestible and understandable format.
We've all heard the statistics about body language. You know, how it's over 50% of actual communication. But you've probably never heard of the Behavioral Table of The Elements that helps you decipher body language.
In honor of Stevie Ryan, who tragically passed away on July 1st. Another reminder that we as a society need to do more in dealing with mental health and depression.
Trying to figure out why you've been so lonely lately? Or maybe why you have such a tough time connecting with people? Perhaps the key lies behind this notion of your "inner world."
You hear it all the time: you should be saving money for the future! Maybe you should focus on getting your financial house in order before you indulge on all the personal development methods.
Recently moved to a new city? Chances are that you're struggling to get that same fire in your social life as you had in your old city. No worries, the guys at the Art of Charm have the perfect advice for you!
Researchers estimate that 47% of U.S. jobs could be automated away in the next 20 years. Here I discuss why you, as a young professional, should care and what you can do to prepare for this 'new age.'
In Part 1 we focused on learning from different writers in the field. In Part 2, we focus on choosing one area of writing for you to practice on.