#vss365 #prompt Week of Sep 12-18, 2021

You can participate in the #vss365 #prompt challenges, too! I tell you all about it when you Click Here. Some are poems, some are in Haiku style, and some are prose. You should check out ALL the writers’ work, as well. It is fascinating! Continue Reading →

#vss365 #prompt Sep 5 – 11, 2021

Hello, #vss365 #prompt (or Wannabe) People! Here are some sample posts that I put on my @NancyKnowsLife Twitter page for this week covering late August and early September. Of course, Continue Reading →

#vss365 #prompt #Aug 29-Sep 4, 2021

Enjoy these posts for the #vss365 #prompt writers challenges for the week of August 29, 2021 – September 4, 2021 Continue Reading →

Jump-start Your Writing #vss365 #prompt

#VSS365 = Very Short Stories 365/days/year #VSS365 #prompt is “a daily word game designed to feed the creative muse inside all of us.” All are welcome to take part! People, Continue Reading →

References & Reputations

The Hunt Is ON! References Required! Reputations Are At Stake ~ Including Yours! In this pandemic and gig economy, references play a critical role. It’s a two-way street that has Continue Reading →

Presenter Guidebook

These guidelines work equally well for presenters, event coordinators, & trainers, and for companies evaluating speakers and venues. Continue Reading →

Training Series #5 – Content Development

If you were the only one speaking about a topic, you could do/say pretty much whatever you want. However, if you are part of a panel, each person may want to cover a different aspect of or perspective about the subject….What You Think of Me Is None of My Business, Except When I am a Presenter….Copies, Copyrights, Formats and Planned Stinginess in Content Development…Want to publish it as a book later? Things to contemplate! Continue Reading →

PowerPoint Poetry for Publication as Videos

many people enjoy watching videos more than reading. That is especially true during pandemic times and in the technology era when eyes become bleary and heads become achy from too much “screen time.” Plus, PowerPoints can be converted easily to videos, so why not take the chance? Continue Reading →