How to Strengthen Everything You Write


Would you be more effective in your business and personal life if you could:

  • write faster and more succinctly with less effort?

  • stop going back and forth because of unclear messages?

  • write emails that pique (not peak) interest and don’t get lost in the clutter?

I’m sensitive to the fact that you are busy. But I also see how written communication wastes time these days—largely due to poorly written emails.

Getting more out of the effort spent writing can pay off instantly.

My simple goal is to help you boost your writing effectiveness. But the solution I offer isn’t simple. It takes effort to learn how to convey your message clearly and successfully—without a lot of time wasted.

My WordShopTM represents an investment in learning how to communicate at your best. It’s focused, interactive, and practical.And fun!

WordShop participants have received huge value from this session. For example, Cindy Maggs said, “I walked away from this experience feeling I had made a wise investment. Since the workshop, I have become more sensitive to the value of each word I write. I eliminate words that take up space and do not add value.”

To enhance both your productivity and enjoyment, invest in becoming more effective in EVERYTHING you write. You can attend this WordShop either in September (this Friday) or in October (on Saturday, Oct. 25). My guarantee: I’ll refund your full registrationfee if you don’t receive value and improve your writing skills.

Best, Barbara

Check your calendar and register today.

STRENGTHEN Everything You Write

Friday. Sept. 26 (8:30 a.m. to noon) or Saturday,  Oct. 25 (9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)

Tucson College, Broadway and Rosemont, in Tucson AZ

Register here 9/26.              Register here 10/25.

P.S. Here’s 6-minute WordShop overview from an interview on TV.

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