How the Coronavirus Has Changed the Etiquette of Business Interactions

The way we interact with others in business has been disrupted. The public health crisis we’re currently facing in 2020, the Coronavirus, has led to many of the etiquette habits that were commonly used to foster good relationships in business to vanish, at least until this pandemic is under control.

Powerful, Confident Body Language for Women

In the world of body language, women are often told that if you want to project power and confidence, you need to use powerful, confident body language. You should take up more space and make yourself appear larger than life to claim your place in the world.

3 Ways to Magnify Your Likeability and Get More Clients

How to become more likeable and get more clients? People do business with others they know, like and trust. This concept is paramount to any business relationship. It is the key to your success as a business person. It is what will make lucrative clients want to do business with you. It is what will […]

24 Reasons Why Social Skills Are the Key to Business Success

What is the importance of social skills in business? Strong social skills are the difference between a good business person and a great one. Yet in business, the importance of social skills are often overlooked and neglected.

Netiquette: The Art of Social Media for Your Business

Why is netiquette important? Prior to social media, potential clients would often make buying decisions based on recommendations from family and friends. As long as your business generated positive word of mouth, new clients would arrive with enthusiasm and approval.

Lesson #4 – It’s Okay to Make Mistakes

Making mistakes when learning a new language is okay. This week I’m sharing with you the fourth lesson in flexibility I’ve learned on my international travels.

Lesson #2: Learn to Adapt in International Business

Are you adapting to a new culture? Last week I released Lesson 1 of “5 Keys Lessons in Flexibility for International Professionals”. Click here to access Lesson 1. This week I’m sharing with you the second lesson in flexibility I’ve learned on my international travels.

5 Key Lessons in Flexibility for International Professionals – Lesson #1

How to get comfortable with uncertainty. I believe that everybody should have an international experience at some stage in their life. Whether it’s travelling abroad for an extended vacation, or moving to another country for a number of years, exposing yourself to different cultures and languages can help you develop valuable life skills.

Super Simple Networking Tip #1 of 3: In Which Hand Should You Hold Your Glass?

How to hold a glass at networking events. Networking events are often the most confusing and daunting part of doing business for professionals of all ages and all levels of experience.

4 Ways to Feel More Positive and Confident

How can I feel more positive and confident? Spring in France is a wonderful time of year.