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May 15, 2020
Communicating What's Next

Businesses need to stop telling us that these are unprecedented times and start telling us what’s next. Ever since the “CSI effect” took root in the courts, influencing jurors’ increasing standard of proof, the American public has been decidedly more invested in data-driven facts. We see this playing out generally in the court of public opinion including approval ratings for politicians. Currently, public opinion polls indicate […]

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December 9, 2019
The Written Word & Other Lost Communication Forms

Saturday was National Letter Writing Day – and isn’t that a lost art? When is the last time you sent someone a letter?  I love cards and like to brighten peoples’ days, but I don’t do it as often as I used to.  Plus, my handwriting is going down the drain, and I type so much faster.  But […]

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September 25, 2019
Here's to Wednesdays...

We need to talk about personal things more, because that's the best way to make work, well, work... Wednesdays are my crazy day. Here’s what we need to get out the door: One morning snack for our 1st grader Two lunches for our 1st and 6th grader Two after school snacks for extended day / play practice Two […]

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September 4, 2019
Tips to Make Back-to-School Easier for Working Parents

September has officially begun and that means the kids are back in school. Back to school means optimism and fun and a fresh new start, but for parents it can bring additional stress as you need to get back to the school routines and work is often speeding up after a slow summer. about […]

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August 30, 2019
Are We There Yet?

The Labor Day holiday was first celebrated on Sept. 5, 1882 in New York City, to “recognize the contributions of the American worker.”  The holiday grew to other states and became a federal observance in 1894. A celebration of economic democracy, Labor Day marked the progress of the labor movement to secure fair wages and safe working […]

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August 21, 2019
5 Signs Your Social Media Roadmap Needs a Refresh

You know how you’re driving along, GPS humming away in the background and then suddenly – standstill traffic that even Waze didn’t alert you to? My husband constantly “recalculates” our route in an attempt to avoid that. Similarly, it’s a good idea to “recalculate” your social media roadmap even when there aren’t signs of an imminent hazard […]

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