7 Tips for Successful International Meetings

International meetings can be tricky. Language barriers can make communication difficult, while time zone differences can make finding a suitable time can be awkward. Here are a few of tips to help you overcome those issues and make your international meetings more successful: Find a suitable time. If you only need to accommodate a couple […]

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It's Only TV

An interview with Sir John Hegarty, co-founder of advertising BHH, caught my eye. It's a series of short things he's learnt. One of them is: “Mad Men isn't really about advertising. It's a TV show about when the US was at its zenith, yet everyone was unhappy. The advertising setting allows it to be stylish […]

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It’s the little things…

In a regular feature, Bloomberg Businessweek gathers a bunch of smart people to ‘fix’ a part of the economy, or a political or other situation. In the October 17 edition, the situation to be fixed was education. Obviously, the US education system (and from my experience living in other countries, the education system of any […]

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Just Admit It!

I am having some goods shipped from the UK to the US. Like most things, when you've never done it before, and it's important and expensive, it's a bit nervewracking. So far the information I'd had was that the goods would be landing in the US in New York. Yesterday, I sent an email asking […]

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Oklahoma Department of Human Services director defends agency, commissioners – NewsOK.com

Oklahoma Department of Human Services director defends agency, commissioners – NewsOK.com – Hendrick said the agency is doing well in lots of areas and leads the nation in such things as getting children adopted out of foster care and collecting child support. About Serenity's case, Hendrick said workers didn't follow policies that would have … […]

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