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The 4 Most Destructive Writing Rules

There are a lot of people out there telling you how you should and shouldn’t write. Truth is, they don’t care how well you write, they’re just interested in selling you a book or getting hired as a writing coach. Well, I don’t have a book to sell, and I wouldn’t coach anyone fool enough […]

Writing your College Essays with Passion When You Have None

I write every single day of the week for anywhere from six to twelve hours a day. That is a lot of time to devote to the keyboard, so you’d think that I would at least enjoy what I do. Sadly, you couldn’t be further from the truth. I may act like I love to […]

Understanding Narrative Mode in your Academic Writing

Good storytelling deals as much with how a story is told as it does with what a story is. The dramatic moments and insight into the characters and their conflicts all come from information gathered about those characters. One of the easiest ways to build that drama is through an understanding of narrative voice. Each […]

How to Effectively Write a Persuasive Essay

There are countless styles of writing out there, but one of the most prominent ones you may actually apply in your college academic assignments and outside of your education is the ever-so-impacting persuasive essay. Persuasive essays are useful in starting debates, convincing employers to hire you, getting bills passed, or even convincing the administrators to […]

Top 5 Grammar Myths that are Killing your Academic Writing Skills

Tired of following grammar “rules” that don’t make any sense? It will probably astound you to know that these rules you think you have to follow aren’t even real rules. They’re myths; legends passed on from generation to generation of confused writers. You don’t have to be a victim anymore. MYTH 1: YOU SHOULD NEVER […]

Knowing How and What to Research in you College Essays

Research is the part of the writing process that most people dread, but a lot of that is because they are looking at research in the wrong light. The whole process has been labeled as the boring part of writing. But what if it was considered as something fun, something that everyone loves doing all […]

How to Overcome Writer’s Block as an Academic Writer

It happens to everyone at some point: you have been writing at an astounding pace, the words flying from you faster than you can type them. You’re on fire. Then, suddenly, the words stop. It’s not that you don’t know how to say what you want to say—it’s that you don’t even know what you […]

Analyze your personal and professional strengths. What management, leadership, functional, and interpersonal skills do you consider to be your strengths? Why were these strengths included?

Commitment to Professional Development and Lifelong Learning Access the following to complete this Assessment: · Human Metrics. (2015a) · Walden University. (2015a). Mission and Vision · Program Learning Outcomes: Master of Healthcare and Administration (MHA) This assessment has four-parts.  Click each of the items below to complete this assessment. Part I: Self-Reflection Complete the HumanMetrics personality assessment. Based […]

How to Make an Informative Essay Fun

Have you heard the joke about the online college student who bored her professors to sleep with every word that she wrote? Chances are you haven’t because there’s nothing funny about a boring writer. Nevertheless, the “boring” dilemma seems to arise a lot when people write informative essays. Most assume that to relay information, they […]

7 Must-Have Software Programs and Services for Writers

Writers only need a pen, a piece of paper, and an idea. But, at least in my house, by the time you’ve found the pen and the paper, the idea has fled for warmer climes.  So here’s a look at a few somewhat-essential tools for the writer. This list has two ideas behind it: 1.) […]