The 5 Most-Read Fiore Feed Articles from 2015
Every week, our team reviews the best online articles we can find on a variety of topics related to business, grammar, social media, marketing, communication and more. We deliver the best five to your inbox every Friday afternoon with the Fiore Feed.
In 2015, it seems our readers were focused on minding their “P”s—professionalism, punctuation, productivity and pressure. In case you missed them, here are the five most-read articles we sent out this year.
Most of these words are either unnecessary, or easily replaced with better choices. Make a New Year’s resolution to cut back on these fatty words in your writing.
Sound smarter, look less stupid—we’re seeing a pattern here. The second-most popular article we shared in 2015 lists a few common punctuation mistakes that can make a big difference in the way you communicate.
It looks like we might have more than a few readers who are “bad with names.” This article provides seven tips to help you better commit names of new acquaintances to memory and avoid possible embarrassment later.
Being more productive is a common New Year’s resolution. Be sure to nix these five bad habits for a more productive 2016.
We hope the tips in the previous four articles will help you keep the heat off, but just in case, here’s a helpful tutorial on handling any high-pressure situations that might arise.
And there you have it—the five articles our subscribers were most interested in this year. Be sure to better equip yourself for a successful 2016 by subscribing to the weekly Fiore Feed.
Remember, we read them all so you don’t have to. Happy New Year!
The Fiore Feed Team