Business Communications

    • Thank You for Not Talking: A Guide for Serious Marketers

      By Brooke B. Sellas, {grow} Contributing Columnist I’m a loud person. Get a few drinks in me and I’m downright obnoxious. But in a business setting, there is a certain etiquette I always abide by — even though SO MANY others don’t. The amount of ‘conversation domination’ that’s going on these days is downright embarrassing. Or at least it should be.

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  • The language of business: What you’re selling may be not be what they’re buying

    … Sometimes I get concerned when my friends get caught in the social media bubble and start to lose touch with the language of real business. In this short video, I give some advice that might help you make progress with your internal and external customers: Sometimes what we’re selling is not necessarily what they’re buying! If you can’t view…

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  • The secret to effective writing for business

    If brevity is the soul of wit, then there’s nothing amusing about most business writing. Our old friend Shakespeare would be disappointed. We’re due for a scolding from Winston Churchill and Dr. Seuss. One of the most effective things you can do to improve your writing is to do a lot less of it. Here are my recommendations.

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