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The fewer the words, the stronger the impression.
"An honest tale speeds best being plainly told." - William Shakespeare (King Richard III)
Headlines sum up experiences in just a few words. We can write headlines to define any experience. A good headline is typically less than 7 words. If you're in the mood, have fun with this by playing with alliteration, humour, verse, metaphors, parody, double reverse, rhyming, puns and duality.
If you like this process, start a page for daily headlines and you will eventually have a concise overview of the highlights in your life - your own newspaper!
Here are a few examples of how you might headline a day:
Job interview sparks old fears
Reactions to Sam require more healing
Forgiveness needed and given
Got cross with the boss, but no job loss
"If you wish to know the mind of a man, listen to his words." - Chinese Proverb
Learn about different techniques with these playful headlines for businesses.
twist or double reverse:
A business without a sign is a sign of no business (signs)
Do you own a water filter or are you the filter? (water filters)
Why squint when you can tint? (sunglasses)
Take pride in your ride (travel agency)
You should be alarmed! (security)
I fix floppy discs (chiropractor)
We look after our key customers (lock smith)
A flush is better than a full house (plumber)
We check out your shorts (electrician)
play on words:
It's my interest to save you interest (banker)
I'm a freedom fighter - Do you want more money freedom or time freedom? (coach)
Be true to your teeth or they will be false to you (dentist)
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I believe in the tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth (dentist)
Opportunity does not knock, it rings (telephone sales)
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