As I move through WA training, I run into difficulty. Addle-brained and confused, I think I'm not cut out. I feel really bad and wish I didn't have to deal with it the pain. (Now, I know how others feel about running a business. I never understood that, before.) It takes a lot of guts to step out of your comfort zone and do something different. For forty years, I owned and operated a business. I thought those who quit-the 97%- were just lazy. Now, I see things differently.If you truely "love yo
Communicate With Authority
In WA training, Kyle mentions, many times, to write "conversationally". Upon review, I find web post that sounds "casual", instead. Webster defines "conversationally" as, "an exchange similar to conversation." In other words, it's how you'd talk to a friend. You wouldn't be "careful". You'd speak, freely. Let it all hang out. Another word for this is colloquially- an oral exchange of sentiments, observations, opinions, or ideas. "Casual" on the other hand means, 1. Feeling or sho
A Title or A Headline?
Yesterday, someone querried, "How come nobody reads my posts?" I figured it was because no one could relate to it. Maybe it's your headline. If you start out with a title before you write the piece, it may not fit, after all. If it doesn't fit the piece, how will the reader get a clue as to the content?I only read the posts and blogs of my interest. I don't have time to read all of them. If I did I wouldn't get any work done. A shame, however, because I'd like to find the ones that suit me.Thin