Do You know what happened in 1888, in Salt Lake City, Utah? Frank Edward McGurrin, a court stenographer, invented touch typing – typing without using the sense of sight to find the keys.

Put fingers on a keyboard and keep trying – you will be faster with reduced switching of attention.

Transform Your business writing and speaking from repetitive to imaginative – use the power of synonyms: a word having the same or nearly the same meaning as another in the language.

For example:

amazing = astonishing, extraordinary

ask = seek information from, put a question to

begin = initiate, commence

end = conclude, finish

interesting – captivating, gripping

Uninsurable risks? Yes, and one of them is Reputational Risk – a threat or danger to the good name of a business or entity. Insurers will not cover the consequential losses if a business goes bust as a result of its tarnished (disgraced) name. 

Reputational risk exploded into full view in 2016 when the scandal involving the opening of millions of unauthorized accounts by retail bankers (encouraged by certain supervisors) was exposed at Wells Fargo, leading to brand damage.

Stay professional!