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Carol (Palmatier) Pearson was inspired to write her first non-business book “10 Little Rules for a Blissy Life in 2011 after a series of life events that some would call a crisis. For her, it wasn’t so much a crisis as a rebirth. She hoped that by sharing what she had learned she might help other people find a new path through the landscape when their world is no longer recognizable. She continues to write and share her thoughts in blog and book form. When she’s not writing her own books, she stays busy as a successful ghostwriter and editor for her business clients.

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Carol Palmatier Pearson Waking up to 15" of heavy wet snow and knowing my commute is only across the house....and the coffee is already brewing.
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I’m a huge fan of using industry stats and data from credible sources to build trust. I use this technique often when I write for my clients. Why? Because content that contains relevant data is proven to build trust with your readers. In fact, not using data can make it much less effective.

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