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Ahsan

Pam, I have only recently been inetudocrd to your blog. I think you are spot-on with your assessment of invisible fences. You have many trainers who support you in your assessment of these containment systems, so don't worry about folks who oppose you. As a trainer who recently moved from TN, I had the sad job of explaining to owners of dogs who were missing after installing an i.f. that it was quite possible several things could have happened: coyotes found the meal they were searching for; the dog bolted through and became lost; someone looking for a dog either for their own enjoyment or as a bait dog for the numerous dog-fighting operations in that area helped themselves. For other trainers' experiences, see: Is it really worth it to take a chance on the fallout? Not to me.

EDGAR

Kristyn, Yes we are open for lunch monday snduay at 11am. We are working on updating our website. Thank you for your comment and enjoy your time at Hartford's beloved Lady! - Cory

Cris

oo, my bad. I guess I mixed up filmmakers who spoke at the Q&A. Sorry, Abeer.:SHenry has also let me in on anotehr detail. It's to my understanding that Sabrina, who was the director of Eve, was using her film to deal with a certain event. I wasn't there for the Q&A so I wasn't aware that the film was a way for Sabrina to cope with a death of a close friend.My technical criticisms still stand but I admire Sabrina for using the medium as a therapeutic tool. I also think it's wonderful that a high school student has been given the chance to show her film to the public. You have strong perseverance, Sabrina, and that's an admirable quality in a filmmaker.

Angie

to keep up with the latest tnders in marketing and public relations. His latest book deals with real-time communications, something I'm pretty excited about (in case you can't

Luuh

Hey Addison I didn't know it was you who got their question aweesrnd on that episode of ACOCO. It is a shame that Carlyle has left the Spill Crew pretty much completely now. I always agreed more with Carlyle than anyone else on the site. I also agree people should follow up on Spill.com they have a hilarious/insightful perspectives that most critics miss. They appear as just a couple buddies drinking beers and reviewing movies, and now games but their video game reviews aren't that great, but they are educated in the field of film. Also anyone going to check this out Spill be warned the crew swear in almost all of their audio reviews and podcasts.

Didier

Neat! Thanks to Amber, I have also been reaidng The Holy Experience blog, which is so great. I also have been reaidng (in)courage. I also can't wait to hear about the book! I wrote down what I was thankful or during the month of November, leading up to Thanksgivin, and it was such a blesing. I also think I might start on Multitude Mondays with you ladies.One thing I'm thankful for right now? Such wonderful Godly women, such as you three (Chrissy, Carolina, and Amber), who are so encouraging and transparent.

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ann wylie

Good luck, Kristen!

Best, Ann


Kristen

Thanks for the link Ann! There is lots of great info there.

My challenge is the cliched old catch-22 - I can't convince management of the importance of simple clear specific communications without quantifiable statistics, and I can't get the quantifiable statistics without the budget they won't authorize!

However, your link reminds me that there are other people out there doing the kinds of research that proves the importance of communication and not all of it must be purchased. I need to keep my eye out for results from this type of research so I can refer to it when trying to convince management to do (or not do) things.

I have also had some success in using the low cost survey tools (in my case Survey Monkey) to do in-house pulse surveys to prove the kinds of communication that is effective with the employees and what is not. The good thing about these tools is that you can do surveys quickly and easily, plus you can build your survey to specifically survey exactly what you want to know. It's not perfect but when budget is an issue its a good alternative.

Thanks again for all that info Ann!

ann wylie

Thanks, Kristen!

Some of my clients have had good success building a business case for better writing. One company, for instance, measured the cost of bad writing by sampling review and revision time for several projects. They found that this process cost their company upwards of a million bucks a year — a compelling number to sell management.

I have some stats and facts about the value of good writing here: http://tinyurl.com/5w4xnl. But I think gathering your own numbers makes a more compelling argument.

What have you tried so far?

Best,

Ann

Kristen

As always Ann is terrific.

My only beef is with her comment about business valuing strategy over tactics and good writing.

Specifically with respect to her comment that businesses should "recruit better writers, give them a solid career track, pay them well, train them, coach them and show off their best work" my question is does Ann have any suggestions on how we can convince businesses to do this?? I agree with Ann whole-heartedly on this but haven't had much success in accomplishing this one...maybe I ought to start watching "Dancing with the Stars" instead??

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