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Quick Tips for Business Dining Success

If you haven’t had an etiquette lesson in a while, do you recall the proper and expected procedures for hosting or attending a business dinner? Don’t let a lapse in decorum be the thing that keeps you from making a potential sale or business connection. Sharon Schweitzer is an international etiquette and modern manners expert and cross-cultural trainer and founder of Access to Culture. Schweitzer offers 17 practical tips for business dining success: Soup: [...]

October 19th, 2018|Tags: , , , , |

Talk to Yourself? It’s Totally Fine!

Anyone who has children will understand the concept of talking to yourself. Not that you’re expecting a response, mind you, particularly when your children are babies and if they are your only source of human presence for long stretches of time. (Oh, the memories of being a stay-at-home mom!) Did you know that talking to yourself is not only fine, but that it can be advantageous? (Okay, a caveat – as long as it’s [...]

October 18th, 2018|Tags: , , |

How Hoosiers Can Still Help Hurricane Michael Victims

Playing along the beach, going to local arcades and museums, and just having a good time. That’s what I remember about family vacations to Panama City/Panama City Beach. Perhaps that made it even tougher to see the images from last week’s hurricane that pummeled the Florida Panhandle. It was heartbreaking to hear a Panama City official say on TV that homes and businesses were more than 80% destroyed or severely damaged. And keep in [...]

October 17th, 2018|Tags: , , , , |

Save It for a Rainy Day

One of the feathers in the cap for Indiana state government has been its strong penchant for saving. Whether in good economic times or bad, Indiana has generally had a durable financial foothold. How do leaders know the right amount to save – and how do they balance the need to save versus the desire to grow during healthy economic times? A recent article from Pew delves into the issue. Here’s an excerpt, examining [...]

October 16th, 2018|Tags: , , , |

Purdue Freshman Seeks National FFA Spot

Claire Baney has her sights set on the National FFA. The Purdue University freshman is competing against students across the United States for one of six National FFA officer positions. The officer selection will take place in Indianapolis later this month, during the National FFA Convention & Expo October 24-27. “I want to show students that they have the power to learn and better serve their communities, and that what they are doing truly [...]

October 15th, 2018|Tags: , , , |