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The Case Against Settling

Ok, I admit it. I lost my mojo. I started 2010 off with a bang and a long list of mantras like “I’m all in to win in 2010!” I was genuinely excited about the possibilities the new year had to offer. And then life happened. I was working twice as hard for half the […]

How to Win in 2010 – Setting and Keeping Your Goals

Happy New Year! Did you make any New Year’s resolutions this year? I know one that I should have made – eliminate procrastination! I’ve been struggling to write this blog entry for about a week now.

If you’re like me, you look forward to the start of a new year as a time when you […]

When You Wish Upon A Star – A Princess PR Makeover

This weekend I went to see the latest Disney movie “The Princess And The Frog” with my friend and her daughter (I had to tag along with someone with a child so I wouldn’t look odd sitting through a “kiddie” movie, although I’ve been dying to see it !). I absolutely loved it! Not only […]

The Art of Gift Giving in the Workplace

I love the holidays, but gift giving is always a challenge, especially in the workplace. Do you have to buy your boss a gift? What types of gifts are appropriate for employees? Here are a few tips to help make workplace gift giving a little easier:

Don’t get personal– Perfumes and jewelry are too intimate […]

Crisis Communications 101 – Lessons from Tiger

When the story first broke that golf great Tiger Woods had crashed his car into a fire hydrant after an alleged argument with his wife, I resisted blogging about it. After all, everyone’s human and mistakes happen. But after he released a statement acknowledging his infidelity several days after a number of accusations of his […]

The Business Case Against Being Rude

Recently, I was in the check-out line at a store when the cashier’s cell phone went off. Imagine my amazement when she actually answered the phone! Apparently, this is not uncommon. A friend of mine from my book club told me that she once had a doctor who answered her cell phone (which had a […]