Last week I sent out the invite for the August TSQL Tuesday blog party. In that invite I promised to send out a reminder seven days prior to the event. Well – it is that time.
You are cordially invited to read the invite for TSQL Tuesday 81 and plan your entry for the party.
In the invite, I shared the details for the event including examples of what I am looking for as an entry for the event.
I hope we will be seeing you next Tuesday, August 9th in attendance at this month’s party. I am sure it will prove to be an interesting experience one way or another.
In the original invite I provided a list of examples of what one could do for this TSQL Tuesday. Today, I am providing one more example in a slightly different format. Recall that the invite requested that participants set out to accomplish something, make a plan and report on that “goal”, the plan, and the outcome.
So, let’s say I have discovered that I write too much in the passive voice. Based on that information, I would like to overcome the passivity in my writing voice, therefore my goal would be to learn how to write more assertively (less passively). In order to accomplish that goal, I may need to read up on the topic and learn exactly what it means to write passively. Then I would need to examine articles that I have written. And then I would need to practice writing more assertively. After all of that is done, I may have somebody (or something) analyze a brand new article or two to determine if I have achieved my desire.
After having executed on that plan, I will write about the experience including what the initial goal and plan were and also on what worked or didn’t work while trying to reach that goal. To summarize, here is an outline of that example:
What I will Accomplish
I will learn how to write more assertively (or just Write more assertively)
How Will I do that
Research what it means to write passively
Research what it means to write assertively
Evaluate “assertively” written articles
Take Notes on how to write assertively
Evaluate my articles
Practice writing assertively
Write a new article and have it reviewed to judge the voice whether it seems too passive or not
Report on The Successes and Failures
Write whether or not each step succeeded or failed.
Write if a step was unnecessary
Write about the experience and your thoughts about the experience.
Did you achieve or fail overall?
What is T-SQL Tuesday?
T-SQL Tuesday is a monthly blog party hosted by a different blogger each month. This blog party was started by Adam Machanic (blog|twitter). You can take part by posting your own participating post that fits the topic of the month and follows the requirements below. Additionally, if you are interested in hosting a future T-SQL Tuesday, contact Adam Machanic on his blog.
How to Participate
- Your post must be published between 00:00 GMT Tuesday, Août 9e, 2016, and 00:00 GMT Wednesday Août 10e, 2016.
- Your post must contain the T-SQL Tuesday logo from above and the image should link back to this blog post.
- Trackbacks should work. But, please do add a link to your post in the comments section below so everyone can see your work.
- Tweet about your post using the hash tag #TSQL2sDay.