Applying the Scientific Method to Writing & Editing

Applying the Scientific Method to Writing & Editing

In grade school, my sister won our science fair with a project about putting sponges in the dishwasher to kill bacteria. She had a good hypothesis, ran a solid experiment, and had lots of imagery on her presentation board. She had very clearly (and successfully) applied the scientific method.  I like to break the scientific… Read more »

Tales of a Solopreneur: Acquiring a Virtual Mentor

Tales of a Solopreneur: Acquiring a Virtual Mentor

A Virtual Mentor: Benefits of a One-Sided Relationship My last installment, Tales of a Solopreneur: Building Your Brain Power, focused on learning and self-discovery and provided an action plan for building your brain power, so you can maintain your mental momentum year-round. This installment provides a framework for you to take the next step and… Read more »

#5onFri: Five Must-Haves for a Great Ending

#5onFri: Five Must-Haves for a Great Ending

A good story needs a great ending. No matter how interesting other parts of the story are, without a solid ending, the audience usually remembers the story as boring. This sounds harsh but it is fair. Think of the end as the reward for following you on a journey. After getting to the end of… Read more »

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