March 2013

Originally posted by Heather Lee on February 4, 2013. Last week I read a great post by Aaron Hamburger on reverse outlining. We all know the outline process isn’t always as helpful as it should be; outside of a thesis or a proposal, trying to force an idea into an orderly skeleton can require a jumbo mental shoehorn. Fortunately…

Read More Fun with Outlines

Originally posted by Heather Lee on January 29, 2013. During my time as an information developer in the oil and gas industry, I was lucky to work with an outstanding writer and editor who also became one of my best friends. We share a love of words, especially creating new ones, and it was she…

Read More The Verbivore

Originally Posted by Heather Lee on October 21, 2012 ​ I work a lot with AJ over at Four Points Proposal Services, and our customers have often commented on our unusually positive attitudes when it comes to our work (and in AJ’s case, life in general). We have several reasons for being so disgustingly sunny.  We…

Read More Attitude = Win

Originally Posted by Heather Lee on October 21, 2012 ​ When I was a little Minion in Training, one of my favorite playtime activities was putting together organizations for my sister and myself. Yes, I said organizations. Businesses, clubs, teams, even mini-armies crossed my notepads all through elementary school. We’d come up with mottos, marching…

Read More Just Imagine