Charlotte Byndas

Inspiring Success in Many

Shirt and Shoes Required

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NO Shirt Shoes Service

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This is the gentle reminder hanging at the door of my favorite beach side restaurant.

Outside, extreme casual works

Inside it doesn’t.

The same rules apply when communicating online.

Wikipedia on Textese:

SMS language or textese (also known as txt-speak, txtese, chatspeak, txt, txtspk, txtk, txto, texting language, txt lingo, SMSish, or txt talk) is a term for the abbreviations and slang most commonly used due to the necessary brevity of mobile phone text messaging, in particular the widespread SMS (short message service) communication protocol.

Remember

Textese is the super cool you at the beach.  No shirt, no shoes, no problem you can do what you want.

Sending an e-mail, creating a resume, writing a blog post, or making online comments is the ready to paint the town looking sharp you.  Textese is not good for these formats.

k, good, tyl, LOL

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Author: Charlotte Byndas

Charlotte A. Byndas started her career in the search industry in 1993 just as the industry was embracing the technology revolution that would change the very DNA of executive recruiting. In 1994 she lead efforts to automate one of the most successful franchise offices of Management Recruiters International, building their first contact management system and website. Over the next few years she successfully launched and managed several new recruiting companies servicing the IT, manufacturing, healthcare, IT, accounting, insurance, engineering, sales, and non-profit industries. In 2002 she turned her efforts toward helping individuals launch and build independently owned recruiting companies helping to close over $30 million system wide, earning her countless testimonials labeling her “recruiting ninja” and “recruiting “guru”. Launching Search Entrepreneurs Inc, and TheITRecruiters she helped develop the first anti-franchise model in the recruiting industry as well as an innovative "candidate first" approach to IT recruiting.

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