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Entries for August, 2015

8 words and phrases you should eliminate from your resume

[To comment: Larry at larrylitwin dot com] According to Monster contributing editor Catherine Conlan, “they’ll make your resume stand out – but not in a good way.” Eliminate these words and phrases: Results-oriented High technical aptitude Ninja, rockstar and other quirky titles Assisted Strong work ethic Disruptive, cutting-edge and other trendy objectives Self-starter Detail-oriented [To comment: Larry at larrylitwin dot com] [ viagra mexico […]

Techniques to Succeed: Beefing up your credit report

[To comment: larry at larrylitwin dot com] This and nearly 300 other Tips and Techniques are in the new More ABCs of Strategic Communication – AuthorHouse, July 2015 – just published. Email Larry for details. Here are some suggestions for maintaining or improving your credit history:• Pay your bills on time. Payment history is the single most important factor […]

Techniques to Succeed: Event Planning – 10 key points

[To comment: larry at larrylitwin dot com] This and nearly 300 other Tips and Techniques are in the new More ABCs of Strategic Communication – AuthorHouse, July 2015 – just published. Email Larry for details. 1. Decide event’s purpose (goal and/or objectives).2. Organize your volunteers.3. Be ready for anything.4. Create a timeline (Gantt chart – See Page […]

Tips to succeed: The power of the referral

[To comment: larry at larrylitwin dot com] This and nearly 300 other Tips and Techniques are in the new More ABCs of Strategic Communication – AuthorHouse, July 2015 – just published. Email Larry for details. Many salespeople are wondering about the best way to go after new business. The prevailing wisdom is that you have to develop a cold list, […]

10 Essential tips to ensure your news release makes the news

[To comment: larry at larrylitwin dot com] This and nearly 300 other Tips and Techniques are in the new More ABCs of Strategic Communication – AuthorHouse, July 2015 – just published. Email Larry for details. 1.  Make sure the information is newsworthy. 2. Tell the audience that the information is intended for them and why they should continue […]