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UNUSUAL WORD FOR THE DAY – hectoring (adj.) "overbearing and blustering." hector (v.) to bully or torment. (n.) 2. a blustering bully a/k/a hectorer." (Collins Dictionary) Example: Donald Trump curtailed his hectoring behavior during the Florida debate.

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READ my article"The Business Case for Well-being"on p. 46 of the Nov/Dec 2015

issue Business Central Magazine – St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce


READ my article"The Ultimate Office Experience"on p. 48 of the Mar/Apr 2016
issue Business Central Magazine – St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce


WRITING 101 BLOG –

Lead paragraphs with topic sentences.


Your writing will be stronger if you begin each paragraph with a topic sentence. Readers will not have to wait to understand what your paragraphs are going to cover, and thus, they will not become frustrated or confused. Here is an example:

 

LINK to the rest of the story.