I have found that, no matter where you are, if you look people in the eye and smile, and point out something you have in common with them right away, you can make connections quickly.
I’m not a morning person. So I’ve used some communication concepts to come up with my 5 alarm morning plan. It works everytime.
Seahawk mania is crazy here in Washington State and I fear it will get worse before it gets better, but I’m okay with that.
It’s the small things that count. People don’t remember the stuff you gave them, but they always remember how you made them feel when they were with you.
Understanding how to embrace generational differences at work can make a stressful relationship a more productive one.
My name is Betty and I am an unlucky traveler. I can’t explain why, but if something is going to go wrong on a flight, I will booked be on it.
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