desk. Monday , November 13th , 2017 - 15:23:02 PM
While being interviewed on a local TV station recently, the conversation ended up on just this topic (as I've begun to learn, whatever topic I prepare for an interview, it always heads another direction). There are obviously a lot of nuances that need to be taken into account before embarking on what I call a "courageous conversation" -- too many for the interview and too many for this article. But one important thing you must always think about before entering into a sensitive or difficult conversation (or with a sensitive or difficult person!) is to first identify the highest intention you have for the conversation. What is it that you are ultimately hoping to achieve from it that will serve both you and the person you are speaking to?
6. Number your guests and take order (written or by memory) in the same direction numerically for every table. This will eliminate "auctioning off" each plate and show you took the time to remember each individual person. Not to mention, you would be suprised to find how many people don't know what they ordered!! Really!
DJ Booth: A DJ will require a large table for the music equipment, and decorating it appropriately will make it a part of the reception rather than pile of electronics.
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