Words can shape perceptions, but facts are facts

Words can shape perceptions, but facts are facts

Words can shape perceptions, but facts are facts I was persuaded to use the phrase “climate change” about a decade ago, when a presenter at a conference I was organizing said she preferred it to...
Food has a language all its own

Food has a language all its own

Food has a language all its own As a writer, when I think of communications I most often think of the written word. I might think, too, of photographs, videos, speeches and Twitter feeds. What I...
Don’t suffocate inside your COVID bubble

Don’t suffocate inside your COVID bubble

Don’t suffocate inside your COVID bubble My husband and I recently gathered with friends for a socially distant dinner on their back porch. These occasions, routine in our pre-COVID lives, have...
Looking for truth in all the wrong places

Looking for truth in all the wrong places

Looking for truth in all the wrong places Labor Day once marked the beginning of the political season, eight weeks prior to Election Day  in November. It was when vacations ended, the kids returned...
Get the best out of brainstorming

Get the best out of brainstorming

Get the best out of brainstorming  One of the best things my partner and I do is brainstorm together. We put some music on, get coffee brewing and go to work. One of us stands at the whiteboard, the...

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