How to Write Awesome Copy That Can Improve Your Sales

Don't overlook this essential sales skill.

40 Email Opening Lines That Are So Much Better Than “Happy Monday!”

Sick of those standard email opening lines like "I hope you're doing well!" and "Happy Monday!", yet stumped about what you should say instead? Well, we have your back. Here are 40 totally different email greetings you can use to start your message off right.

How to Cut All of Your Emails in Half (So People Actually Read Them)

Writing shorter emails at work can be tough. Use these four tips to write more concise emails that people actually want to respond to.

2 Ways to Break Through Your Writer’s Block

Don't slow down when you feel like you've run out of ideas.

The Perfect Template for Writing a LinkedIn Article That Makes You Sound Smart

Sharing your ideas is one of the best ways to build your personal brand. So, get noticed by writing a thought leadership article on LinkedIn.

Here’s Why You Should Journal (Just Not Every Day)

Journaling has its benefits, but according to Tasha Eurich, there's a right way and wrong way to do, and you shouldn't expect it to help you become self-aware.

How This One Person Turned a Fun Side Project Into a Successful, Full-Time Job

CeCe Olisa didn't plan on becoming a social media influencer, but her grit and ambition led her to take a side-project blog and turn it into a full-time job.

The Real Story Behind My “Overnight” Career Success

Learn how a former Muse writer landed a job at Teen Vogue right before the site exploded in popularity. Her hard work paid off, but she also had a bit of luck.

2 Quick Tips That’ll Instantly Make You a Better Writer (Even if You Hate Writing)

We're all writers, no matter what our job is. Here are two things you have to keep in mind if you actually want people to take action from your writing.

Why the Most Successful People Keep an Idea Journal (and Why You Should, Too)

One of the best ways to maximize your creativity is to keep a running log of all of your ideas in a journal, like Marie Curie or Leonardo da Vinci.