|About the Book|
Do you dread writing at work? Maybe even procrastinate until the eleventh hour?Are you ready to write with ease and feel inspired on the job?Lynda McDaniel, author of award-winning Words at Work has helped thousands of writers like you toMoreDo you dread writing at work? Maybe even procrastinate until the eleventh hour?Are you ready to write with ease and feel inspired on the job?Lynda McDaniel, author of award-winning Words at Work has helped thousands of writers like you to overcome their fear of writing and start writing with confidence. Whatever you write at work, youll do it more effectively and creatively once youve read this book.Catch the spirit in this book and follow the suggestions. I guarantee your writing will improve, and youll be a happier communicator. -Thomas Moore, best-selling author of Care of the Soul Words at Work shows everyone from executives and entrepreneurs to up-and-coming staffers how to write in a clear, conversational style that people want to read. And every tip and tool can be applied to any business communication. Through Lyndas essays and honest recounting of her own trials and tribulations with writing, she shows you an easier way to write-and succeed at work.In this book, you will learn how to: Effectively organize information (no tedious outlines!)Cut the fat (editing tips and tricks)Harvest a feast of ideasOvercome fear of writingKick-start the writing process to achieve goals fasterI wrote Words at Work to help people tap into their creativity and write with more confidence, Lynda says. Ive been teaching writing since 2006, and Im always struck by the number of people who struggle with their writing, held back by fear and dread. I also recall from the early days of my own long writing career how often I experienced those same feelings--and how I overcame them. Words at Work shares those tools and techniques so that you too can excel at your writing and your work. This book not only teaches how to write, but helps readers tap into their creativity-and theres no telling where that can lead.