Author, Business Etiquette Expert and Founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach
Lincoln is remembered for the Gettysburg Address. The rest of us live with the impression others take from ordinary conversation.
Shy people enjoy the networking advantage of being the good listeners everyone enjoys meeting.
The boss is somebody whose job is telling people what to do. Leadership is much more.
Writing down what you need to accomplish can a powerful productivity tool or a reminder of what you failed to do. It depends on how you work it.
You can take it slow as the weekend nears. Just don't stop.
Evolution did not prepare us to sit all day beneath fluorescent lights and stare at a screen.
Be your authentic self and give people their money's worth. Your brand will grow itself.
Stultifying PowerPoints are common but, with a little effort, entirely avoidable.
Some things only you can do. Start trusting your team with everything else.
People get more done when they are rested and fed, so get out of the office and eat something good for you.
People who like each other work better together.
Think of confidence as a skill that you can get better at, then practice, practice, practice.
The willingness to be paid in testimonials and referrals is good strategy when casting about for your first customers.
When a team member is making a habit of being tardy, take action before it really is a habit.