• Nov 9, 2017 5:00 pm
  • 27:36 mins

According to Wikipedia ... In film and television, a meet cute is a scene in which a future romantic couple meets for the first time. The term has existed since at least the early 1940s. This type of scene is a staple of romantic comedies. Producer Liana Tan shares some stories about how famous people, like Walt Disney and J.K Rowling, met their future spouses.

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Excuse Me: The Survival Guide to Modern Business Etiquette

23 MINS

Rosanne Thomas is the Founder and President of Protocol Advisors, Inc. In her position she helps people to achieve personal, professional, and financial success. In the past, Roseanne was employed as the Corporate Account Executive for Tiffany & Co. In this position, she gave business etiquette advice about things such as the correct gifts to give to international clients and also how to entertain customers and build business relationships with them. Rosanne is the author of Excuse Me: The Survival Guide to Modern Business Etiquette. When you think of etiquette you probably think of knowing the difference between your salad and dessert fork at an upscale dinner party. But, did you know that business etiquette is also equally essential? Business etiquette can be confusing sometimes, especially with the use of cell phones

Rosanne Thomas is the Founder and President of Protocol Advisors, Inc. In her position she helps people to achieve personal, professional, and financial success. In the past, Roseanne was employed as the Corporate Account Executive for Tiffany & Co. In this position, she gave business etiquette advice about things such as the correct gifts to give to international clients and also how to entertain customers and build business relationships with them. Rosanne is the author of Excuse Me: The Survival Guide to Modern Business Etiquette. When you think of etiquette you probably think of knowing the difference between your salad and dessert fork at an upscale dinner party. But, did you know that business etiquette is also equally essential? Business etiquette can be confusing sometimes, especially with the use of cell phones