Business Communication

The Shark Tank Approach to Your Business Product

January 25, 2016

Have you seen the show, Shark Tank? If you have, I bet you think it’s aptly named. The reality TV show is a budding entrepreneur’s dream – or worst nightmare. People pitch their business product or idea to a panel of self-made millionaires and billionaires (the “Sharks”). The Sharks decide if they will invest in […]

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Business Communication Basics: The Who, What, Did You?

January 11, 2016

Are you back in full work mode? Or are you still dragging from post-holiday life? I’ll admit, I was a bit slow off the mark but quickly remedied that. Last year’s alphabetic journey through business communication was fun. You appeared to enjoy it, too. So, I thought I would pick a new theme. One that […]

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27 Ways to Add Zing to Your Business Communication

December 28, 2015

You did it! You reached the end of our alphabetic journey through business communication. That’s right. Today’s post features the letter Z – the last of our series. Brings a tear to the eye. Has your business communication lost its zing? Is it boring? Have you put it on autopilot? Would you like some ideas […]

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Finding the Right You in Business Communication

December 14, 2015

Does your business communication represent the right you? What is the right you? How do you find the right you? Do you share the other right you? The twenty-fifth post of our alphabetic journey through business communication offers clues on finding the right you in your business communication. The Right You Attitude Do you know […]

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Do You Have a Xerox Brand Identity Problem?

November 30, 2015

Imagine a product of yours becoming a universal business term. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, maybe not. Xerox is one company that grappled to change public perception of its brand. The twenty-fourth post of our alphabetic journey through business communication offers tips to keep your brand simple, clear, and uniquely yours. Could you Xerox This? […]

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