The blog devoted to authentic leadership voice.
Shifting focus from immediate gratification to longer-term and wider-spread impact unlocks great power.
Especially when a business reaches a transition point, it’s common to find disconnection between the owner and the business.
So here’s the thing: it MIGHT be okay to swear in your professional writing...
Crossing the chasm requires clear and engaging communication. Complicated messages won't get you there.
It doesn’t make sense to surrender the power of your voice to a third party, but you don't have to do all your own writing, either.
The first step to addressing the cause of “best-kept-secret” syndrome is to develop a powerful voice.
Start saying NO to marketing activities that don’t work and do your pre-marketing instead.
The secret that can help you become a better writer, even a passionate writer.
Here’s what I think about proposals: they should feel exciting to create.
To level-up, leaders MUST become powerful as writers, not just great talkers.
In this blog, I provide a few easy best practices for using acronyms and jargon in writing and presentations.
If the voice of your business isn’t clear, no one can communicate with it or about it effectively, and that includes you.
We asked leaders to weigh in on the role that writing plays in their lives and work.
Company leaders often explain to me how their competitors are making untrue claims.
You’re a terrible writer and you know it. You know it because somebody told you so.