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by Paul Furiga, on Nov 19, 2021

The best things come in threes — flavors in Neapolitan ice cream, laws of thermodynamics, “Godfather” films (OK, that’s debatable) and, of course, elements of stories. But we’re not talking …

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by Paul Furiga, on Sep 1, 2021

Throughout 2021, one of America’s most iconic companies is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a storytelling extravaganza. That’s only fitting, because Southwest Airlines has proved the power of what I …

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by Jeremy Church, on Mar 9, 2021

As I write this, the sun is out. The warm glow reminds me of what turned out to be my final trip before the pandemic hit. The workshop I’d attended …

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by Dan Stefano, on Nov 5, 2020

The cliched phrase about whether mature, experienced individuals have the capacity to learn fresh skills has it wrong. Why teach an old dog new tricks? In fact, why aren’t these …

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by WordWrite Staff, on Nov 29, 2018

Time-honored traditions and events are part of the fabric of our lives. They warm the heart, soothe the soul and give us something to treasure and be grateful for, especially …

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by WordWrite Staff, on Oct 8, 2018

Trustworthiness. Is this something you can really rate and measure? According to Facebook, yes. The Washington Post recently reported on the social giant’s new rating system, designed to predict user’s trustworthiness on …

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by Intern, on Aug 30, 2018

This week at the WordWrite offices, we say goodbye to our interns Beth Turnbull, spring and summer intern, and Megan Thorpe, summer intern, as they return to school to finish …

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by Jeremy Church, on Aug 2, 2018

In an era filled with cries of “fake news,” it’s more important than ever to cut through the noise and clutter and discover what’s real. We pride ourselves on telling …

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by Paul Furiga, on Apr 4, 2018

Why are so many organizations creating brand journalism platforms in the 21st century? The most important reason is this: Great journalism is, at its heart, great storytelling. So successful “brand journalism,” …

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by Jeremy Church, on Oct 23, 2017

The pioneering CBS newsmagazine “60 Minutes” might no longer be appointment viewing like it was during its first 25 years, when at least 20 million people tuned in each week …

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by WordWrite Staff, on May 5, 2017

“Laugh and the world laughs with you, cry and you're probably watching the wrong channel.” ― Groucho Marx A good laugh is cathartic. I find I’m in a much better …

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by Paul Furiga, on May 27, 2015

Ask a successful agent for the three most important words in real estate, and you'll get the answer: "location, location and location." Ask a successful communicator for the three most …

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by Jeremy Church, on Dec 31, 2013

Despite a valiant effort the last few weeks, the Steelers have fallen short of the playoffs (again). That means hockey season is in full swing again, and its popularity in …

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by Jeremy Church, on Jun 24, 2013

A new Booz & Company survey of 550 CEOs and 325 C-Suite executives reveals that business leaders do not believe in their current approach and don’t think their employees or customers understand …

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