Below are tools to help you with interpersonal communication, career and business goals. I will add new resources as I discover them, so come back often!
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My Reading List (PDF) I’m rebuilding my library one book at a time after losing them all in the wildfire, and will share my discoveries with you in this reading list.
Talented, professional and easy to work with, Eric Schickler is one of the top outdoor adventure and commercial photographers in Colorado. Eric’s images have captured breathtaking mountain scenery, hard-charging sports competitions and elusive African wildlife. Also a Vail professional ski instructor, Eric spends every moment possible in the outdoors. His moto: Let’s take it outside! Take a gander at Eric’s images at AdventurePhotographer.us
Blogs and E-mail Newsletters
I’ve used this company for almost a decade to create and distribute my E-mail newsletter and blog articles. Their customer service is excellent, it’s affordable to use (less than $20/month) and their options are robust and customizable. Download their free “What to Write” PDF, which includes fill-in-the-blank email templates and watch their video below.
For over five years, I’ve used StudioPress Themes for WordPress for my blogs and websites. I recommend their products in my blogging and social media workshops and to my private coaching clients.
Writing and Grammar
I’ve known Barbara for over a decade. Her WordTrippers grammar tips have brought great value to thousands who write for a living or use written communication in the workplace.
Word Trippers Tips by Barbara McNichol puts a helpful ebook in your hands and a new Word Tripper in your inbox every week as a year-long subscription. What’s a Word Tripper? It’s a succinct way to explain the difference between word pairs that commonly get confused—affect vs. effect, accept vs. except, and more!