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How To Change The Subject

How To Change The Subject           By Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Terri Gross,  host of NPR’s “Fresh Air” offers this advice if you’re being interviewed for a job or if you’re on radio or TV and it’s … Continue reading

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Do Unto Others…

Unusual Quotes “If a person is being insensitive to you, you don’t have a commitment to be beholden to their insensitivity.”  —NPR’s Terry Gross Don’t get embarrassed using a spurious Lincoln quote.  Here’s a quotation book you can trust: The Words … Continue reading

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Writing and Editing Advice from Colette

What You Don’t Say Can Be More Important Than What You Do Say by Gene Griessman, Ph.D Whatyousay.com is fond of “The Writer’s Almanac,” which is a regular feature on NPR. It focuses on writers, as its title suggests, and … Continue reading

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