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  • Oct 23, 2014
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    When It Comes to Comfort on Planes, Did We Ask for a Lack Thereof in Return for Cheap Airfare?

    Travel consumer advocate Chris Elliott says we don't have to accept the airlines' argument that accepting small seats and growing baggage fees equals being OK with misery if the ticket price is right....More
  • Oct 15, 2014
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    Nominate Your Pick for Planner Nobel Prizes

    I was kind of kidding about developing a Nobel Prize for planners, but now that I'm getting inquiries, let's actually do it!...More
  • Oct 8, 2014
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    Nobel Prizes, Meetings and Events Version

    I think it's time we laud some of your mad meeting management skills with our own version of the Nobels!...More
  • Sep 25, 2014
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    Question Authority—Especially Your Own

    We all have unconscious biases, and the influence what we do and the decisions we make in ways we aren't aware of. Especially for planners, think about what mental shortcuts you take and how that may affect those who fall outside your bias lines....More
  • Sep 8, 2014
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    Sue’s Air Travel Etiquette Guide 6

    Here’s my first stab at creating a guide to airplane etiquette that, if followed, might just keep the bloodletting to a minimum (until the next seat-space downshift, that is)....More
  • Sep 4, 2014
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    Event Managers, Get Creative!

    In today’s fast-changing events world, meeting managers need to hone their creativity to stay ahead. Here’s how....More

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