We often work with clients who spend a lot of energy making sure that their introductions are unique and compelling, but then don’t invest enough attention in their conclusions. This is a mistake and a missed opportunity. After all, your conclusion is the last impression the reader has of you, so you should view it more like a closing argument than just a way to recap the main beats from your essay.
In this video, Brian from Gurufi.com lays out three quick tips for writing a more effective conclusion.
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