While coaching, a client asked me how she could improve her blog.
She seemed to focus her questions on her content and graphics.
My awkwardness stemmed from my awareness of the real problem: the mechanics of the writing.
Do I tell her?
I decided to take the leap. After all, she’d paid me to help her improve the quality of her blog.
When I gently pointed out the mechanical errors, there was an awkward silence.
She didn’t know how to respond, and I didn’t know how to ease her obviously wounded feelings.
Fortunately, today’s guest author works for a company that makes a grammar tool to improve writing. She offers 10 tips for error-free writing.