Category Archives: Communication

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...
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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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Women in Advertising

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Advertising does pay--how far are you willing to go to promote your client?

What do you think about this latest advertising craze? Japanese women are getting paid to wear ads on their thighs.  They receive anywhere from $13.00 to $121.00 per day to stick on...
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Parenting Tips by Cynthia Klein

Parenting Tips By My Guest Blogger

Parents, Listen Without Blocking Communication

My guest this week, Cynthia Klein, helps repair crumbling parent-teen relationships.  The results are grand.  If her words speak to you, contact her.  Power up parents. I learned about  Communication Blocks many years ago when I studied the parenting program Active...
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LGBT Etiquette

LBGT Etiquette

"Treat others as you would like to be treated."

Does demonstrating good manners differ when you are around certain people, a particular location, or time of day?  Silly, isn't it? Even if you have an opinion about whether someone...
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How To Respond To Backhanded Compliments

How to Respond to Backhanded Compliments

They're usually trying to make a point, jealous, angry, or lack social skills.

"Oh, you look different since the last time I saw you."  Good or bad?   "...your same ol' recipe."  Or, "Are you still going to the...
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Today’s Pick Up Line

Today's Pick-Up Line

Before we go out, I need to know your credit score. Ah, did you ever think we'd miss the charming innocent ice breaker of the 80's?   "Hey foxy lady, what's your sign?"  In the 90's, the ice breaker was...
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How to be a good mother in-law

How to be a good mother in-law

Taking a step back and adjusting to a new role can be challenging.

My personal side: Sadness and joy fill my heart.  Sadness creeps in when I think of the years I had with my sons. ...
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Bad Manners in France

Bad Manners in France

The rude, the loud, the French?

"Lack of manners" was quoted as the number one source of stress for 60% of French people, according to a recent study by French polling institute, lpsos.  The list also includes, boorish waiters, loud cell phone chatter, and pushy commuters.  So...
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