In the executive world, many people like to use a “fancier” name for a common noun. For instance, instead of saying “I like movies,” someone might say “I enjoy films.” Or an invitation to a party with hard alcohol might be reframed as a “gala with cocktails.” Continue reading

There was a time in the not-so-recent past when the company-issued phone of choice was the Blackberry. In corporate meetings and busy executive airports, you could see VIP’s on the go furiously typing away on their Blackberry phones. Continue reading