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Writing In Complete (or Incomplete) Sentences

Fragments and Run-Ons and Errors - Oh My! Writing In Complete--or Incomplete Sentences? To be sure any one sentence you write is correct and complete, ask yourself, "Is ...

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The term, "FAIL" has become widely used as an Internet meme where people superimpose the word, "FAIL" on images of the unsuccessful, or that which does not live up t...

Leadership, Management, & Supervision

Leadership is hard to define.  Ask different people to define leadership management or supervision, and you will get many interpretations, with each person stre...

Stage Presence: ENGAGE Your Audience

Stage Presence is charisma and charm that pulls the audience into the performance and commands attention. It is a performance skill that enables you to engage your audie...

Managing Audience Perception

Communication is a process in which the sender encodes a message through a selected channel (verbally, non-verbally, and written) and the receiver decodes the message aft...

I, I, I, Me, Me, Me – Oh My, My, My!

"ME first! ME first!" "The most important person in the whole wide world is ME." Improving Communications goes against Pop Culture, which has polluted thinking with these...

Everyone IS / Everyone ARE

Indefinite Pronouns Indefinite pronouns replace nouns without specifying which noun they replace These are words that begin with any-, every-, no-, or some-and end wit...

Who or Whom?

The subject is who or what the sentence is about.  The trip to the office usually takes about an hour. The predicate is what the subject is or does. The trip to the ...