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Groundhog Day - Reliving More Than 100 Years of Jim Crowe

I was born in 1947, after World War II ended, my birthplace was Hobson city, Alabama. Founded in 1899 Hobson city has historic significance as the ... read more

A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing

Although writing, a creative act, is an art, the many steps it is a part of transforms it into a process, and capturing words on paper is only one ... read more

Overcome Stage Fright - No Drugs Necessary

A lot of people rely on drugs to help them overcome their stage fright. In most cases, these are beta-blockers, but you've surely heard of the occa ... read more

10 Years and 6,647 Articles Later - What Have I Learned?

BACK when I started blogging there was next to no Facebook - it was very uncommonly used in Australia at that time. I could really have done with i ... read more

Selling a Screenplay - Choosing a Genre

Choosing the right genre is crucial to selling a screenplay. After hours upon hours of hard work spent carefully tailoring and forming characters, ... read more

The Ultimate Guide To Writing Great Sales Letter Headlines

If you want to write great sales letter headlines that stop your ideal prospects dead in their tracks, so they read the rest of your copy and ultim ... read more

Want To Become a Published Author? Bust These Excuses

My first book hit #2 on Kindle Store's Small Business category and received ten 5-star reviews in the first five days. Not too shabby given ... read more

Educate Your Customers With Content Marketing

Content marketing is one of the best ways to educate your customers on the value of your products and services. This marketing technique, which inv ... read more

They Asked For It

Let me tell you all about my recent trip to Tampa, Florida, by way of Los Angeles, California-it was not as stimulating as it sounds, trust me. In ... read more

Visual Aids

One of the biggest mistakes I see over and over when I am coaching presentation skills, yes, you already know what I'm going to say. Reading the Po ... read more

Do Police Officers and Nurses Have to Know How to Write?

We often think that top-floor executives or professional writers are the only people who have to write on the job, right? Wrong. Ask any nurse or p ... read more

What Happens If You Make A Mistake During A Webinar?

Being worried about how your presentation will unfold, is only natural, as you would like the presentation to go smoothly. You main concerns could ... read more