Thu.Nov 16, 2017

The 5 questions you need to ask before you minute a meeting

Practically Perfect PA

Love it or hate it minute taking is part and parcel of the day to day role of the PA/EA for the most part. Personally, I have always found them slightly painful, but through experience and training I have made my peace with them and gotten my technique down to a fine art! Having worked […].

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7 Ways To Honor Your Loved Ones’ Memory

Dumb Little Man

It is important to pay tribute to the people you have lost. Make time to honor their memories and the moments you shared through simple or elaborate acts. You can raise funds or awareness on the sickness that got your loved ones. You can also write a blog or plant flowers that remind you of them. There is no right or wrong choice when it comes to honoring the dead. To get you started, here are 7 unique and creative approaches to remembering the departed: Set up a fundraiser in their name.

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The Rise of Coworking Lifestyle Brands

Small Business Labs

Coworking has always been about much more than just a place to work.    In the early years of the coworking, for example, the industry's tagline was "come for the space, stay for the community." 

Are You Too Complacent In A Relationship?

Dumb Little Man

Do you remember when you would check the mirror, adjust your hair and perhaps, put on cologne before seeing your mate? You wanted to put your best foot forward to make sure you would impress and attract. Now, let’s be real. After a few years in a relationship, we become so comfortable with one another that a lot of those little details don’t happen anymore. Becoming complacent in a relationship is a double-edged sword.

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5 Common Writing Mistakes to Watch Out For

Office Dynamics

by Barbara McNichol. What can professional editors tell you about improving your business writing? Consider these five mistakes every conscientious administrator should watch out for as you craft and revise your messages (especially your emails and marketing copy). Mistake #1: Addressing readers as readers (plural) rather than a single key person whose interest you want to capture. Reading is a solitary pastime that occurs one person at a time. The fix?

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Podcast 078: The iterative process

Clutter Coach

by Subscribe: iTunes ⋅ Stitcher ⋅ Soundcloud ⋅ YouTube ⋅ Google Play. You can leave a review here! This is podcast 78 and it’s about the iterative process. In the design world, an iterative process is one in which a prototype is tested to see if it fulfills its purpose. Feedback from users can show flaws and shortcomings that the designers didn’t notice or didn’t anticipate. They can be fixed for the next iteration.

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The ‘Cross” Family of Words

Daily Writing Tips

Cross , a word with a great variety of meanings, is also at the head of an extensive family of words, some of which are listed and defined in this post. Cross made its way into English circuitously from the Latin word crux , with stops in Old Irish and Old Norse.

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