Category Archives: Communication

Wearing a Mask on the Plane

You find the perfect seat on the airplane, and then...

There you are, boarding the plane. You see a mom holding her infant--pass.  You see an ample man who is already encroaching on the seat next to him--pass.  Ah, you see a woman looking down at the airline magazine seemingly flying solo, so you...
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What Not to Say To The Bride

If you have reservations about the relationship, don't save it until the day before the wedding.

There are some things that are best left unsaid, especially when it comes to someone's significant other. However, if you have facts or a pile of "red flags" that need to be shared with the bride or groom...
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Millennial Point of View

Jessica WashingtonA Millennial's Point of View

I interviewed an up-and-coming millennial on entrepreneurship. This week’s featured guest is Jessica Washington, a beauty guide blogger and a recent graduate from St. John’s University with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations. She currently works as...
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Talksport UKs Sports Radio Interview

Celebrity break-ups.

Recently, I received a surprise call from a popular sports talk radio show "Talksport" in the UK inviting me to comment on the recent breakup of Rory Mcllroy and Caroline Wozniacki. To listen: May 22 talksport.com with Mike Graham (please forward to 19:30) Topic:  Did Mr. Mcllroy handle the situation well?  In my humble opinion, he did....
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An Interview With a Millennial

 

Amanda SuazoAn Interview With a Millennial

The millennial generation is in the spotlight. More so than any recent generation. I’d say, since the “hippie” generation. Why is this generation making such a splash? What is making this generation so influential? Does the dawn of social media have...
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Hot Tub Etiquette

If it's public, good manners are required.

Picture it; you've arrived to your hotel destination. Ready to go into "relax" mode, you both grab your swimsuits and take the walk down the corridor when you spot the pool.  It's empty.  You don't care because you're headed for the bubbling, steaming hot tub. As you approach,...
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Overweight Friend

walking clip artOverweight Friend

Although making headway, weight, is still a sensitive and somewhat controversial subject.

People blame fast-food joints, lack of money, lack of time, food manufacturing industries, upbringing, video games, an inactive lifestyle, etc. Whether you are in the camp of "They can lose weight...
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Tips By and For Millennials

Rosalinda_Randall_Etiquette_Coach_s46 Ways Millennials Can Break Stereotypes at Work

My guest, Amanda Suazo (@suazgirl) and I met on Twitter. Proving that business connections do happen on social media.
Before we get to Amanda's tips, I have found millennials to be frank, which is a benefit, you know where...
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11 Ways to Behave in an Art Museum

11 Ways to Behave in an Art Museum

If you're used to the hands-on museums, you may want to look at my list of 11 ways to behave in an art museum.

Pretentiously commenting for all to hear or taking steps, forward and backward and from side to side as though you have just...
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Asking Personal Questions At Work

iStock_000023671474XSmallShould there be boundaries between coworkers?

Generally speaking, women, more so than men, tend to connect by sharing info about their personal life.  For example; you both have teens ready to go away to college; boom, instant connection (in most cases). What about...
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