5 Tips & 3 Formats For Interviewing People For Your Blog, Podcast or Magazine

What is it about some interviews that makes them stand out…? Sometimes it’s the story, the delivery of it by the interviewee or their personality, the introduction by the host, timing of the moment, presentation style, background info, production approach, editing techniques, strategically-placed background music, crowd response or the use of silence and ambient sounds. […]

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How To Complete Multiple Writing Assignments With Different Composition Styles

Okay, so you have different assignments to write, complete, hand-in or upload. The research methods and tools may vary but the timelines given are pretty close together. One writing format is more conversational or poetic and the other is more academic or corporate. This is probably where I’ll mention straight-up that my default writing, thinking and […]

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3 Tips To Help Creative Introverts Become Confident Coaches

Hi there, do you have a wealth of creative experience and a calling to coach others? Think you’re too ‘shy’ or too much of an ‘introvert’ to teach but keep being asked to speak up and share your insight? No worries. You don’t need to be an outgoing or arrogant person to be an efficient […]

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Freelancer WorkWeek In Barbados {Cleaning, Rehearsals, Magazine & Music}

Growing up in The Caribbean, most of us were taught (as children) to know the ‘time and place’ to do this or that. For example, tantrums in supermarkets (or anywhere for that matter), interrupting two adults in conversation, ‘talkin’ back’ to a parent or teacher, puttin’ up your feet while wearing shoes on the sofa […]

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Freelancer Workflow – Blogging And Vlogging From Bridgetown, Barbados {Video}

Bridgetown

Hey y’all, here’s an easy-to-watch video sharing a bit of Bridgetown while on my workflow during a full week. Right after, there’s a list of freelancer business tips from lessons learned while mostly working from home in this season. Little question so we can get better acquainted: are you from Barbados or have you ever […]

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Cosy Cafes To Cool Down in, in Barbados

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Working from home is a discipline. Going to an office on a daily basis also requires discipline, but we’re a lot less likely to put up our feet in pockets of free time or synchronize file uploads with laundry loads in public places. In between home duties and work tasks, at some point, all (or […]

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All About That Content – Beyond The Business of it

It’s a new day and I’m giving thanks. It’s not always automatic – thanksgiving, that is…sometimes the breaking news of the day can break your heart for a season. But right this minute, I’m giving thanks. One of the many things I enjoy about blogging is a certain word that always comes up: content. From […]

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Be On Schedule Without Being A Hostage To Time {encouragement}

Hiii, it’s been about 3 weeks my last post, which is pretty interesting considering the title. i didn’t forget about y’all in the least, but there are ’nuff posts here to munch on and work through in the archives. i was also on a limited phone-use regime (6-7 minutes total a day.) A big welcome […]

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