Category Archives: Personal Communication

When Harry Met Sally… in the Board Room

Recently the New York Times published an article  about whether or not it’s perceived as appropriate for a man and woman to meet inside the workplace and out, even including car rides to meetings in the mix. The article cites … Continue reading

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Content Marketing and the Future of the Internet

Every minute, 600 new websites are generated; 48 hours of video are uploaded onto YouTube; and 600,000 pieces of content are shared on Facebook. And that does not even begin to scratch the surface of online data generation (wired.com). “Content marketing” has … Continue reading

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Emotion and Emoticons

Renowned cyclist Lance Armstrong recently faced harsh criticism not just over his illicit drug use, lying and bullying, but over his very matter-of-fact approach to his first interview with Oprah Winfrey in which he admitted to using performance enhancing drugs.  New York Times … Continue reading

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Holiday Greeting

Today we have more ways than ever to communicate. I overheard a conversation recently about the dwindling tradition of sending Christmas cards. A man said, “e-cards have made traditional cards obsolete.” I don’t agree. First of all, even in this … Continue reading

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