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Entries for March, 2016

3 essential skills for today’s PR pro

[To comment:] By Lisa Arledge Powell | Posted: April 9, 2016 This story originally ran on PR Daily in April, 2015. Not long ago, public relations success meant getting your company or client’s name mentioned in a local newspaper. For a PR pro, the clear path to making that happen usually involved writing a press […]

5 Tips To Improve Your Performance At Work

[To comment: larry at larry litwin dot com] This week’s blog comes from: Dale Carnegie Training Newsletter By Anita Zinsmeister, President — Dale Carnegie® Training of Central & Southern New Jersey  Word count for this issue: 454 Approximate time to read: 1.8 minutes @ 250 words per minute In the demanding and competitive business world, you […]

Keys to crafting a winning proposal

To comment: larry at larry litwin dot com] For more visit; This appeared in the Courier Post on March 13, 2016… Proposals are both a sales document and the basis of what’s going to be your contract or agreement. So, you need to entice the customer without misrepresenting what you are going to be […]

Uncommon, but well-paying jobs

[To comment: larry at larrylitwin dot com] Matt Tarpey of’s column appeared in the Courier-Post on March 6, 2015. Here is a summary of “eight less-than common occupations that offer competitive salaries”: 1. Astronomers – 2015 Jobs = 1,945/Average hourly earnings=$52.48 2. Forest fire inspectors and prevention specialists – 2015 jobs =2,105/Average hourly earning […]