Excellence in Business Communication, 13th Edition
Chapter 1. Professional Communication in a Digital, Social, Mobile World
John Eades (photo, left) offers his 10 signs at LinkedIn.
"Our parents warned us about it, but it’s hard to understand until you experience it first hand: as you get older, time seems to fly.
"The title of Karen Friedman’s most recent book isn’t exactly subtle.
"Straightening my office bookshelf this weekend, I found a news clipping I had saved because of its wise words from advice columnist Carolyn Hax.
"In his book The Virgin Way, Richard Branson reveals that he loathes speaking in public.
Dann Albright reports at MakeUseOf.
Maya Baratz (photo, left) reports on haptic feedback and the work of Hiroski Ishii of MIT's Media Lab.
Shana Lebowitz has the details.
" University of Illinois study found that people who earn the most (more than $10 million annually) are only a smidge happier than the average Joes and Janes who work for them.
"For a long time, it was believed that people are born with a given level of intelligence and the best we could do in life was to live up to our potential.
Robert Whipple ruminates at TheTrustAmbassador.
"Contrary to popular belief, the key to productivity is not simply working yourself to the bone.
"Many of us dream of being magically persuasive, to be able to enlist our co-worker to help us, our team member to support us, and our partner to listen to us," says Lolly Daskal of Inc.
"As you sink into the couch, or slide onto the barstool, at the end of an exhausting workday, it’s hard not to experience the warm glow of self-congratulation.
"There’s a quote from Benjamin Franklin that says, “Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.
"Here are some tips on how you can communicate more effectively with people at work, be they customers, co-workers, subordinates, or superiors.
"To help you have more meaningful conversations, we checked out some relevant Quora threads and other advice and highlighted the best tips.
"You might think that the reams of analysis done on office space would have by now turned every workplace into a humming hive of engagement and productivity.
According to Tessa Sterkenburg (photo, left), "What we want is less noise, more context, ease of use, ease of access and the certainty that our listeners understand the message.
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"In a new report from BI Intelligence, we discuss all of the components of the IoT [Internet of Things] ecosystem, including its devices, analytics, networks, and security.
We check in with Benjamin Hardy at Medium.