's post is dynamite! Love it. I most appreciate her advice to "Start with the positive" — effective in every case! (Personal and business relationships) I'm also one who loves to play "devil's advocate'. ;-)
Standing out in a sea of business writers is no small task. Try distinguishing yourself with a name like Cathy Miller.
But I like simple – both in my name and my business writing. I believe simple is better.
Check out my business communication site, Simply stated business, for tips and downloads for better business communication. I also have a health care blog, Simply stated health care, which helps keep health care simple and informative. Visit my blogs and share your thoughts.
I have been writing professionally for over 30 years. Variety seems to be the key to my experience. I simply love to learn new things and share the knowledge.
- Cathy Miller, Business Writer|ConsultantBusiness Writer|Consultant, present
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