CCS WRITING WORKSHOP

Kelvin Hart

The Case of CamelCase

Every sales rep knows there are numerous reasons we can lose a bid. One of the silliest is misspelling the client’s name. After all, it should be fairly easy to avoid, right? Just Google it. Well, not so fast.

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Megan Cieri

Writing for non-creatives

Humans are natural storytellers; the issue is many of us don’t think about nonfiction writing – emails, executive summaries, etc. – as storytelling simply because it doesn’t feature dragons or other exciting elements that we think make a good story.

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Elizabeth Burr

From old to new: A story of opportunity

Whether you consider yourself a writer or not, whenever you are working on a proposal, you must understand that you are a storyteller. And, as they say, “Storytellers are in the transportation business.”

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Megan Cieri

A very, really good blog

I have a very important point to make in this month’s blog that will really change the way you write in a very good way. It’s really great. Very great, in fact. I really mean it.

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