In one week, I’ve dramatically improved my professional communication skills. Yes, I know, that’s a big claim—but it’s true. And the best part is that the changes I made were simple. I cut three words from my vocabulary: “actually,” “sorry,” and “me.”
From the early days of feeling overwhelmed by email; to eagerly investing time to wrestle back control of our inbox — we're almost back where we began, with the increasing volume of daily email leaving us resigned to never truly cracking the email organising code. Until now.
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The growth of social media has been built on our ability to readily exchange information. But that doesn't mean you have to be an open book. Take control of the information you share with your networks and connections, with these tips to fine-tune your Facebook privacy settings.
Since Mexico introduced a 10% “tax” on sugar-sweetened beverages in 2014, global political momentum for this form of fiscal policy has been building. Societal interest and support have also grown.
Shonda Rhimes, the titan behind Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, is responsible for some 70 hours of television per season, and she loves the hum of great work. But what happens when the hum stops?