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About Jacquelyn Lynn

Jacquelyn Lynn is an inspirational author, business writer and ghostwriter whose credits include more than 30 traditional books, 3,000+ magazine articles, ebooks, blogs, white papers, and more. She is the author of Words to Work By: 31 devotions for the workplace based on the Book of Proverbs and Finding Joy in the Morning: You can make it through the night. She is also the co-creator of several coloring books for adults.

Product Review: Write Better with Grammarly

When it has to be right and you can’t remember those obscure grammar rules, where do you turn? There are some good grammar websites out there, but searching them for the answer to a question can be time-consuming. The spelling and grammar checker built into Word is good as far as it goes, but the [...]

How to Send Error-Free Emails

Have you ever been embarrassed by a mistake in an email you sent? Whether you’re creating marketing emails that go out to thousands of people, writing business emails that go individually or in small groups to colleagues and clients, or just emailing to your family and friends, accuracy and clarity are essential for effective communication. [...]

Business Battleground: Creating God-Based Businesses

If you only have time for one business seminar this year, go to a Business Battleground event. Like many business owners, I’ve been to countless business seminars, ranging from valuable to forgettable. My work as a ghostwriter has taken me behind the scenes of the information product industry, so I know what's involved in staging [...]

Don’t Wander Away from the Shepherd

Recently I was browsing around some old files on my computer and found several messages I wrote for the children’s time at church a few years ago. Here’s one of those messages, and it’s as meaningful—and perhaps even more meaningful—for adults as it is for children, so I’m sharing it with you now. Don’t Wander Away [...]

By | 2017-05-24T11:13:53+00:00 May 23rd, 2017|Inspiration, Jacquelyn Lynn|0 Comments

Training on How to Survive an Active Shooter Helps School

On April 10, 2017 in San Bernardino, CA, a man walked into a classroom where his estranged wife was teaching and opened fire on her. He killed her and an eight-year-old student, wounded another child and then killed himself. This was not a terrorist attack, but a case of domestic violence. It did not appear [...]

Book Review: War on Fear by John Morgan

The War on Fear is winnable! The Bible tells us to not be afraid, and yet so often, we are. But what if we weren’t? In the opening paragraph of War On Fear: What Would You Do If You Were Not Afraid?, John Morgan asks: “What if fear was a tool to be harnessed and [...]

Special Sale! The Mindset of High Achievers & Downsize? Rightsize! only 99 cents each

We love spring. It’s a time of rebirth and new growth, a time for cleaning out and sprucing up. If you feel the same, we’ve got something for you: Two of our favorite ebooks from our Business Results Series are on sale for a limited time for only 99 cents.   The Mindset of High [...]

Speak the Same Language as Your Customers and Readers

Do the people in your audience understand you? Whether you're in business dealing with customers and creating written content for your website, social media and content marketing campaigns or you're a writer creating your own books, be sure you’re communicating in a language your audience understands. As I write this, we are in the final [...]

Downsize? Rightsizing is a Better Business Strategy

I’ve had a number of clients over the years that have done some significant – and often traumatic – restructuring to their organizations while I was working with them. The process was usually driven by an urgent need to reduce costs and improve productivity. While these otherwise intelligent, savvy business leaders were usually successful in [...]

By | 2017-04-02T17:52:16+00:00 March 31st, 2017|Business & Management, Jacquelyn Lynn|0 Comments

Survive an On-Campus Active Shooter

Are you a teacher or student? Would you know what to do in an on-campus shooting situation? Mark Gordon, chief of police at Oakland University (Rochester, MI), recently spoke to the school’s professors on how to handle and survive an active shooter. According to a report by Laurel Kraus in the Oakland Post, Gordon offered [...]