Want to write a terrible document? Stuff it with phrases like these.
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People with no ability to see humor in a situation, or craft and deliver a joke, cannot make themselves funny. Now the good news: We can all make ourselves funnier. More good news: It’s not that difficult.
You know to double-check for typos. You know to avoid slang and profanity. That’s the obvious stuff. But there are a couple of other things you need to keep out of your documents – subtler mistakes, but just as dangerous, because they can undermine your credibility and give your readers huge laughs at your expense.
A successful presentation is a tricky task. Here are a few tips to help you make your presentations successful and memorable—and deliver the results you want.
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A poorly planned, poorly run meeting squanders a terrific opportunity to foster teamwork and enhance a staff’s success. Here are some tips to help you make your staff meetings the focused, productive and motivational events they should be.
When you use a cliche, it’s as though you’ve temporarily left the conversation and told your listener, “Here, talk to my Great Aunt Melba.”