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A Win for Civility Online

A Win for Civility Online

by Jon Shure on February 27, 2020
Starting today, nj.com will make its little corner of the Internet a saner place by no longer allowing reader comments.
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Communicating Your Message: Be Clear, Simple

Communicating Your Message: Be Clear, Simple

by Jon Shure on February 13, 2020
Regardless of your audience, use language in your messaging that is clear and simple.
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Words Matter: A Communications Resolution for 2020

Words Matter: A Communications Resolution for 2020

by Jon Shure on January 2, 2020
As 2020 begins, let’s make a resolution to put this word out to pasture.
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Fundraisers, Does Your ‘Ask’ Sell Your Work Short?

Fundraisers, Does Your ‘Ask’ Sell Your Work Short?

by Jon Shure on December 3, 2019
How can you avoid what some experts say is the worst mistake you can make when asking for donations?
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What’s in a Name Fuels Image

What’s in a Name Fuels Image

by Jon Shure on October 15, 2019
Don’t be surprised if more companies and events connected with fossil fuels revisit their branding, as “climate change” takes on a second meaning beyond the weather, as in business climate...
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Debating the Significance of Presidential Debates

Debating the Significance of Presidential Debates

by Jon Shure on August 15, 2019
With the presidential debates already underway and the prospect of dozens more to come before the November 2020 election, pundits are tripping over each other to pronounce winners from among the...
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There’s a Lot in a Name

There’s a Lot in a Name

by Jon Shure on February 20, 2018
Which is safer, natural gas or methane? It’s a trick question. Natural gas is made up mostly of methane, a highly flammable substance and an extremely potent greenhouse gas that contributes to...
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Remembering a Leader of Principle: Gov. Brendan Byrne

Remembering a Leader of Principle: Gov. Brendan Byrne

by Jon Shure on January 5, 2018
Sometimes, the person meets the moment, and the country, or a state, leaps ahead. The New Jersey we love hasn’t always been in step with the times. For years, the Garden State lived far below...
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Fund for New Jersey Offers Policy Guidance for New Governor, Legislature

Fund for New Jersey Offers Policy Guidance for New Governor, Legislature

by Jon Shure on December 7, 2017
With the State of New Jersey facing major challenges, and the certainty of a new governor for the first time in eight years, one of the state’s leading philanthropies decided it was time to...
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