Your attire, handshake and eye contact still matter significantly. But if your head is in the sand about your media presence, you need to get serious about ensuring your public media persona – your true first impression – is up to snuff.
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I have been receiving some feedback about my sensitivity to grammatical and/or spelling errors in press releases and such. Readers are telling me to not be so persnickety or pay so much attention to the tiny details. I suppose because they could know or could care less about such matters, it is of little importance to them.
What about their audience...the people…Continue
I was driving by a restaurant location recently and I spied a sign that said: "Family Restaurant & Sports Bar-Grill." It made me wonder just exactly what this place really was. Was it a family restaurant, appealing to a man and wife with a couple of young kids or teenagers? Or was it a loud, raucous bar with 17 television screens all blaring…Continue
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