To be successful in your book project, you should focus on progress first and problems last. This post explains why.
In this interview, Sandra Goroff talks about her career and dishes advice to publicists on what it takes to succeed in the modern publishing industry.
If you've never worked directly with a professional designer before, these tips will help you to speak their language and maybe even make it to the coveted "favorite client" spot!
You learn a lot of big lessons quickly when you run your own small business. Here are just a few of the lessons I've learned to help spot the red flags that indicate a questionable client or project.
There are plenty of offensive words and phrases out there, but I’ll admit that nothing raises my hackles more than the word "just". What's wrong with this seemingly innocuous word? Plenty of things...
I've noticed a strange phenomenon: if you’ve worked at McKinsey & Company, you can easily spot another McKinsey alum by their working style. What does McKinsey do differently?
Whether you call it buzzwords, tech-speak, or jargon, it may be hindering your true point. Check out these three simple tips to make sure you are actually communicating and not just trying to puff yourself up with jargon.