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New Year’s Resolutions for Career Success in 2014

Are you a New Year’s resolution maker?

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After Holiday Gifts Are Opened, It's Important to Send Thank-You Notes

We live in an increasingly rapid-fire, fast-food world. Unfortunately, it seems that a casualty of this new climate is that basic courtesies are quickly disappearing — and none more quickly than the old-fashioned thank-you note.

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Focus On The Audience Experience

I’ve been teaching presentation skills for a long time. Things like controlling your nerves, how to use visual aids, organizing your presentation, the use of analogy and story, and how to field audience questions like a pro.

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Are Millennials a Lost Generation? Absolutely Not!

I came across a fascinating infographic the other day: "Are Millennials a Lost Generation?" It's also pictured at the end of my blog.

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Don’t Let Workplace Labels Hold You Back

Why is it that if a man is passionate and persuasive, he’s called a brilliant leader? But if a woman is passionate and persuasive, she’s bossy.

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Create a Workplace Wardrobe that Works

My friend Carol just went back to work after 10 years of running her own company from the comfort of her sofa, in her yoga clothes.

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What to Wear to Office Year-End Celebrations

BRODY’s year-end holiday dinner is next week. When is yours? If it hasn’t happened yet, you can benefit from this blog ...

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Ten Books to Take Your Career to the Next Level: Your Competitive Advantage Series

It’s been a busy year here at BRODY, and I’m thrilled to announce that we are putting the finishing touches on our series of 10 mini-books, the Your Competitive Advantage series.

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Business Blunder Phrase to Avoid: “I Can’t Do That”

I came across a great article in the June 2013 issue of T + D Magazine titled, “Ten Career Tanking Phrases to Avoid Using in the Workplace,” which is not available online to non-subscribers.

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Eliminate Qualifiers, Increase Trust

Many blogs ago, I discussed words to eliminate from your business vocabulary. I focused on the word “try” and the expressions “I think” and “I might.” There are various other words, phrases, and attitudes that you might want to pay closer attention...

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