Say no to a client?
Sometimes it’s just easier to give in and say “yes,” even when you believe you should be saying “no.” That’s certainly the case when your child is pestering you for another piece of candy in a quiet movie theater — or, when everyone in a group is ready to move on except you. You give in when nothing very serious is at stake.
Take a Stand
But it’s a different matter when your principles are involved, or your time and money are at stake. Then you’ve got to take a stand. It’s how …Read more…
Think about it. There are only three forms of communications: words, pictures and actions and how you combine them.
When you’re giving a presentation, or counseling an employee, the words you use are important. But it’s your facial expression and body movements that can convey so much more meaning. They make you a commanding presence and memorable speaker. …Read more…
Man Bites Dog
While the number of print newspapers and magazines is shrinking, the trend is more than offset by the proliferation of online media outlets. Think Huffington Post, online editions of print publications, and blogs.
At the end of 2012 Newsweek shut down its print edition and morphed into the online Daily Beast.
Have the Rules Changed?
Social media has enabled new conversations between reporters and their sources. So have the rules changed about how to pitch a reporter and what they’re looking for in a story? …Read more…