IT’S IN THE MAIL (AND EMAIL TOO)!
The June 2020 issue “Breaking the Glass Ceiling. Coaching women in leadership?”
In each issue, along with my co-columnist, Marcy Nelson Garrison, we introduce tools that make coaching fun, productive, and effective in a column called “coaching tools”.
They are tools we have personally tested snd sometimes continue to use because they are so great.
After each issue, I post about the tools.
Past posts can be found here >>> Past Blog Posts <<<
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In the June issue, I reviewed Grammarly.
I’ve come to discover that I am a writer. That’s not something I would have said a year ago, but now that I am writing for several blogs, as well as this column for choice Magazine, I consider myself a writer.
What makes me a better writer, maybe a great writer…is Grammarly.
I know because their tagline tells me it’s so …”Everyone Can Be a Great Writer.”
I’ve been using Grammarly for well over a year now and learned about it totally by accident.
Now it’s one of those things I can’t live without.
It’s a Google extension that I use for emails and documents both on my computer and in the cloud.
It basically works wherever I do.
You get corrections from Grammarly while you write in Gmail, Twitter, LinkedIn, blog posts, and all your other favorite sites.
Grammarly goes beyond just grammar and spelling. It tells me how well I’m doing and how I compare to other users, which makes me feel I’m upping my game.
And they’re always working to make me a great writer (I think it’s a journey) by adding things like tone and style.
If you want to reduce distracting spelling and grammar mistakes, and who doesn’t, this is the perfect tool for you.
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