Business Communication

Can Questions Guide you to Better Business Communication?

August 24, 2015

What do you do when you need directions for a road trip? Visit an online mapping service? Power up the GPS (global positioning system)? Obtain a TripTik Travel Planner from AAA? Or maybe you simply ask for directions. Asking questions is an effective strategy for mapping out better business communication. How? I’m glad you asked. […]

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A Plethora of Persuasive Business Communication Tips

August 10, 2015

Imagine if every ad, post or article you wrote induced others to believe you were right. It’s a marketer’s dream. The art of persuasion is a coveted skill ever since the serpent first convinced Eve to take a bite of that apple. The sixteenth post of our alphabetic journey through business communication shares seven persuasive […]

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Do You Treat Customers Like Outsiders?

August 3, 2015

Have you ever walked into a room and felt like an outsider? You scan the room. Everywhere you look – small groups of people. Engaged in conversation. Laughing. Seemingly, joined by an invisible thread of connection. It’s the kind of situation that halts even the most confident individual. Or causes downright panic. The fifteenth post […]

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Negating Negative Business Communication

July 20, 2015

Language can be a tricky tool. Wax poetic and it becomes the language of love. Open the door to negative language, and it devours your intent. Convert the Negative Naysayer into a Champion Crusader for better business communication. The fourteenth post of our alphabetic journey through business communication exposes negative language and pampers it with positive alternatives. […]

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7 Mistakes That Misrepresent Your Message

July 6, 2015

The whoppers are easy to spot. The claims to make you a millionaire with a simple click on a link. Yet many individuals still fall for it. Thankfully, most of us are not in the business of scamming people. However, there are mistakes in business communication that can misrepresent your message. The thirteenth post of our alphabetic […]

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