How to Write Fast Under Pressure by Philip Vassallo

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Anyone who regularly deals with work-related writing deadlines knows the kind of paralysis that can take over when there's too much to accomplish and not enough time to compose a clear sentence. This book contains an easy, efficient, and confidence-building process for keeping up and being productive, even under tight time constraints and concentration-sapping obstacles. The book contains an immediately usable approach based on the mnemonic DASH, standing for the four critical components most needed for writers working under pressure. Filled with helpful tools and time-saving techniques, this indispensable guide reveals how anyone can break through writer's block and write faster and better.

About Philip Vassallo

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PHILIP VASSALLO has 25 years of experience teaching writing in corporate, academic, and government environments. He developed AMA’s popular course “How to Write Fast When It’s Due Yesterday,” and writes the blog Words on the Line.
Published November 2, 2009 by AMACOM. 195 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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