Writing with Clarity and Purpose | BYLC
  • Writing with Clarity and Purpose
    • 01. Welcome to the Course on Writing with Clarity and Purpose
    • 02. Few Writing Principles to Remember
    • 03. Why Strive for Clarity in Writing
    • 04. Why Purpose is Important in Writing
    • 05. Writing Tool One: Avoid Wordiness
    • 06. Writing Tool Two: Branch to the Right
    • 07. Writing Tool Three: Use Strong Verb
    • 08. Writing Tool Three: Use Strong Verb (Continued)
    • 09. Writing Tool Four: Beware of Adverbs
    • 10. Writing Tool Five: Avoid Empty, Vague Words
    • 11. Writing Tool Five: Avoid Empty, Vague Words (Continued)
    • 12. Revise, Revise, and Revise
    • 13. Recap and Practical Tips
    • 14. Final Thoughts
  • Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 1
    • Core Concepts
    • Sorting & Filtering
    • Assignment - Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 1
      • Practice Exercise
  • Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 2
    • Arithmetic
    • Referencing and Replication
    • Functions
    • Pivot Tables
    • Text Functions
    • Tips
    • Assignment - Microsoft Excel for Professionals - Part 2
      • Practice Exercise
  • Business Communication Hacks - Part 1
    • Introduction to Business Communication Hacks
    • Quick Guide to Grammar
    • Prepositions - in/on (date)
    • Prepositions - in/at (time)
    • Prepositions - in/at (place)
    • Vocabulary - Part 1
    • Vocabulary - Part 2
    • Vocabulary - Part 3
    • Subject Verb - has/having
    • Subject Verb - has/have
    • Subject Verb - did/didn't
    • Subject Verb - other examples
    • Articles - a/the
    • Adjectives - fewer/less
    • Use of “more”
    • Irregular plural
    • Conclusion
    • Assessment