Tag Archives: The Witty Wise Woman

Add Fascination and Entertainment to Your Writing with Unique Resources

Many of the writers I’ve taught in the past struggle with creating things that are unique. It is valuable to develop characters, settings, and plots that are not cliché. And these elements are easily found in reference books and other resources. Continue reading

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The Perseverance of Emily Blunt

The story of the actor Emily Blunt and the painful obstacles she faced in order to become successful, demonstrates two things: 1) Even the privileged can find it difficult to succeed, and 2) perseverance overcomes those difficulties (where there’s a will there’s a way, and all that). Continue reading

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Our New Newsletter, “Success with a Smile”

If you want to know about our new newsletter, “Success with a Smile,” here’s the “Welcome” from the first edition: Let me throw open the door to our new newsletter home and seat you in our newly-decorated living room. I … Continue reading

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Is Learning Business, Sales, and Marketing Skills Worth the Effort for the Wannabe Achiever?

In his book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Guy Kawasaki said that everyone who wants success should learn sales skills. Think about it, no matter who you are or where you are in life, you are constantly selling yourself. Continue reading

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