A Way With Words

There are lots of clouds tonight.
The clouds looked like a Labor Day parade across the sky.

Sally and her partner did the waltz.
During the waltz they glided across the floor.

An ordinary boring sentence is converted into a fresh new idea. That’s the definition of a way with words. The ability to transform something boring into something interesting. Making a stale idea into a crisp, clear concept. The flair that holds crowds speechless, makes them hang on every word. A certain element of power, being not only interesting and creative, but also thought provoking.

Practice your way with words. Develop the ability to transform ordinary and commonplace into unusual and fresh. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is. Give us a run for our money.

Work those words.


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