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How to Host an Incredible Networking Dinner
'Speed networking' at cattle call gatherings can never compete with the deep and powerful connections you can make by breaking bread with like-minded people.
5 Ways to Respond to Negative, Evil Emails
These are proven methods for keeping your emotions within reason, so that you don't hit 'send' while your emails, tweets, comments, and virtual chime-ins are still flaming.
Is Your Content Confusing Your Customers?
If your content aims too high or too low for your reader, then you are missing the mark.
Small Business PR
Branding Your Business for the Next Generation
There's a new generation of people out there. Your company needs to learn how to communicate with them.
3 Tips for Writing Unforgettable PR Messages
Unfocused messages can hurt your brand and career. Here are a few easy methods for crafting -- and delivering -- memorable messages in any medium.
5 Ancient Public Relations Secrets
The practice of public relations is not what it used to be, but history can teach us some important lessons.
15 Body Language Secrets of Successful People
Your body language has likely become an integral part of who you are, to the point where you might not even think about it.
Do This to Become a More Effective Problem Solver
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7 Reasons Why 'Just Ask' Is the Best Negotiation Tactic
There's no big secret to getting what you want. You just have to make it known.
12 Dated Expressions That Deserve a Comeback
Do you use the same words or phrases over and over? Freshen up your vocabulary with these gems from the past.
How to Find Out What's Really Happening in Your Organization
Providing a means for consistent employee input gives leaders what they need to know.
The Most Memorable Ad Campaigns Share These 3 Elements
Marketing that resonates and sticks in our memories despite the media cacophony tends to share certain characteristics.
How to Handle Confrontation at Work
Confronting someone doesn't have to be a defensive maneuver or a counterattack.
Twitter Now Lets You Direct Message Anyone You Want
Whether you follow them or not, individuals and companies can now privately contact you, thanks to Twitter's new opt-in program.
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