3 Reasons to Use Metaphors in Business Communication

The rapid pace of technology and the world makes it more challenging than ever to connect with people, especially those

The Easy-Breezy Struggles of a Former 22-Year-Old

(Editor’s Note: Dan Roth of LinkedIn recently asked me to contribute to his #IfIWere22 series. Influencers share their own career journey

Do You Know How to Create and Use Punchy Sound Bites?

Be quotable. Make your point. It’s kind of like a tag line. Sum it up in eight words or less.

4 Letter Words for Creating New Content

I was born in Brooklyn, New York. I know a lot of four-letter words. Sure there are a few that

7 insights from Brian Solis on marketing to the new connected consumer

One of the most impressive thought leaders in business and new media is Brian Solis. He’s the Principal Analyst at Altimeter Group. Solis

3 ways to write positive news headlines in a negatively charged world

It’s time to kill the ‘headline fear factor.’ Anyone who writes or produces content could be guilty of spewing fear

The Guerrilla Marketing Genius of Jay Conrad Levinson

Many of you recall the old commercials and ads that turned Charlie the Tuna, the Pillsbury Doughboy, and the Marlboro

7 ways to reinvent old blog posts

On a recent Sunday night #blogchat on Twitter, the issue of deleting old content was raised. Many bloggers were unsure of

It’s Impossible to do Business with the Candle Lady

I recently went with my husband, Andrew, and our daughter, Stephanie to a country fair. Upon browsing through the vendor’s

Infographic: Insights into our communication

I’m happy to share my new infographic to offer insights on business communication. Only 2% of people have had any kind