March 7, 2001
Michelle Weil, clinical psychologist, talks with Todd about how modern technology is adversely affecting our lives. She describes how being constantly accessible because of cell phones and email can be overwhelming and leave little time for personal time to relax.. She talks about how to tell if you are too reliant on the latest technological advances, and what to do about it. Her book is "TechnoStress @ Work, @Home, @ Play".

Peter Post, author and member of The Emily Post Institute, talks with Todd about etiquette in the workplace. He talks about how to handle the more informal work environments of today, and the family atmosphere common in some offices. He describes how to prepare for informal work stations, business attire, power positions and roles, and gender equity. His book is "The Etiquette Advantage In Business: Personal Skills For Professional Success".

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