Joan Michelson

Taking Electric Cars Mainstream

Fundamental to the success of combating global climate change and reducing dependence on oil is changing each person’s behavior. This includes moving a critical mass of people from traditional gas-powered vehicles to eco-friendly electric vehicles. This means we need...

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Electric Vehicles: If they build it, will we come?

Will the mass market drive electric cars? Joan Bryna Michelson looks at the evidence To break our dependence on gas-powered vehicles as soon as possible, electric vehicles are the leading alternative. “Electrification is a part of every automaker’s long term strategy,...

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Splurging Over the Holidays – Not Just on Sugar…

By Erik Whipp, Audio Tech, Green Connections Media The holiday season brings out the food – rich, sugary, heavy and the like – and we feel justified in splurging on it, because it’s, well, the holidays. I tried that, only not just during the holidays, but all the...

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You’re Always On Stage

You’re Always On Stage by Ann Timmons, Communications Artist Picture this: you're facing a room full of strangers, sharing your news of your latest innovation, when suddenly too many blank faces stare back at you, and you wonder if you’re speaking a foreign language....

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The Lost Art of Follow Up

The world runs on relationships. Even with more ways to connect than ever before, we’ve lost the art of following up – and we pay a huge price for it. We lose influence, thereby diminishing our results. Do you go to conferences or events, or even meetings or dinner...

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