5 ways to improve your verbal imagery

May 29, 2018 | Writing


Humans are highly visual, and this holds true when we are reading. We don’t see the images while reading, we form them in our minds. Pack in brilliant verbal imagery and your readers will enjoy and remember your writing.

Drawing powerful verbal imagery is a skill that defines natural-born writers, but it can also be learned. Dawn Field, author and columnist, offers these five points to think about with respect to using the power of the pen to draw images. Click here to continue reading.

Mike Consol teaches public speaking, PowerPoint presentation skills and business writing to companies and business professionals. Contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 925-449-1040.

 

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