Words of the Week

"43% of people who received long-winded emails deleted or ignored them. “[When the point isn’t made obvious] you feel you can’t deal with this right now so you put it aside,” he explains. A brief email, on the other hand, with a strong subject line that explains the purpose of the email and grabs the reader’s attention is more likely to be read and taken seriously."Joseph McCormack, author of BRIEF:Making a Bigger Impact by Saying Less, Fast Company 

If something feels wrong it's wrong.

Down on the West Coast they got a sayin'
"If you're not drinkin' then you're not playin'."
But you've got the music, you've got the music
In you, don't you?
 - Lana Del Rey, West Coast

Au revoir mon chaton. (Uh-huh honey).

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