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Clinton speechwriter Jeff Shesol tells how to focus your speech, become educator-in-chief, and write like Hemingway, not like Faulkner.
5/23/2013 5:02:00 AM
When your job entails putting words together at a breakneck pace, the odds are good that your devious fingers will try to put one over on your brilliant mind. Caveat scriptor!
5/20/2013 5:03:00 AM
Great amusement, amusing anecdotes, and a little something from Dr. Seuss.
5/17/2013 5:04:00 AM
If your job or business relies on social media, take a look at these lesser-known gems that can save you time and headaches.
5/14/2013 5:02:10 AM
Let's please ditch the wellness, diversity, and, for crying out loud, how-to-wash-your-hands articles. Stop insulting your staff.
5/10/2013 5:10:42 AM
Research shows that, while free food and an on-site gym are great perks, what employees really want is to know how their work helps the company succeed.
5/7/2013 5:04:00 AM
Join the anti-awesome movement and expand your vocabulary with these 'amazing' alternatives—45 of them.
5/1/2013 5:01:00 AM
Influence on Twitter is more about sharing and engagement and less about follower count. In that case, are your messages retweetable?
4/30/2013 5:03:00 AM
You remember clip books that were actual books, and fax machines that were absolutely revolutionary.
4/29/2013 5:03:00 AM
Bells and whistles don't trump concise, clever, and valuable content, internal communications experts say. Oh, and apparently people like photos, too.
4/29/2013 5:01:00 AM
Use these 'cursed words,' and many reporters and bloggers will delete your email. So will your employees. Plus, civilization might end.
4/23/2013 5:04:00 AM
It's not Facebook, nor Twitter. It's about business and career connections, so you want to put your best foot forward. Here are some things you should avoid doing.
4/18/2013 5:01:00 AM
Be honest: You've sent a tweet without proofreading it, or forgotten quality beats quantity. We all make mistakes, but for credibility's sake, stop making these.
4/11/2013 5:03:00 AM
If you can't handle rejection, multitasking or working on the weekends, PR is the wrong career for you.
4/11/2013 5:01:00 AM
The author, a public speaker and professional pianist, explains the 120/80 principle of preparation, and why it's impossible to practice too much.
4/3/2013 5:09:00 AM