Author, Business Etiquette Expert and Founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach
Sufficient sleep makes you sharper for business but when the sun and your body don't agree on the time, it's a challenge.
Life never follows a straight line. The decision to learn or try something new is likely to bring benefits you could not have predicted.
It's good to loosen up with the team, just not too much.
Office feuds are corrosive to culture and rarely advance anyone's interests.
We can hear each other's voices from different continents but that doesn't mean real communications is easy.
When the entrepreneurial path seems impossibly steep, recharge yourself with the wisdom of great achievers who overcame unpromising beginnings.
Business can take you anywhere in this interconnected world but wherever you go, people think well of people who are polite.
Watching for indications of burnout or apathy is part of taking care of your team and your business.
One mindful hour every morning is enough time to transform yourself mentally and emotionally in ways that accelerate success.
Success requires confidence to begin, discipline to persist and insight to recognize how to improve.
Running a business from your house is a boon for entrepreneurs but you need sunshine and people to thrive.
The biggest complaints people have about meetings is that the last too long and accomplish too little. You can fix that.
Regifting is one of those things everybody does but everybody pretends they never would. There is a right way to pull it off.
The holidays are a time of sharing food and drink with family, friends and colleagues but don't think for a minute people aren't watching your behavior.