Renae Lucas-Hall is an Australian-born British novelist and writer. Her work is compelling, entertaining and informative. She is also very professional, reliable, and able to meet deadlines. Renae has completed two courses at university: an Advanced Diploma of Business Marketing and a Bachelor's degree in Japanese language and culture. She has also published three books with Grosvenor House Publishing. Renae has a background in business/marketing and writing. She has also worked with Japanese companies for many years and her past experience in retail has given her an in-depth understanding of the fashion industry and current trends. Renae is able to offer excellent articles, blog posts, web pages, and SEO content on many business-related subjects. She is also happy to write on a variety of other topics.
This article concentrates on improving your communication skills and eliminating filler words such as “um” and “uh” and “like” from your speech pattern. In the article there are seven points explaining how you can reduce, prevent or even stop using filler words in the future. Many people use these filler words when they are feeling nervous or when they are hesitating or delaying a conversation.There are ways to improve this and to stop using filler words all the time. The seven points in this article will also give practical advice on how to make a better impression on others and gain more respect from your peers with improved communication skills. | Read More →Words: 987 Downloads: 0 Category: Health & Lifestyles By: Renae Lucas-Hall
When women work in an office it's easy for them to fall into the trap of wearing the same dull outfits every day that don't complement their figures. This article offers suggestions to help women make better fashion choices so they feel better about themselves and look better when they go to work. It also concentrates on how adding certain accessories and wearing different makeup can transform a woman into a much prettier and attractive office lady. | Read More →Words: 657 Downloads: 0 Category: Fashion By: Renae Lucas-Hall
A model can have the right body, face and smile but she needs the right personality if she wants to become a top model. This does not mean a model needs to be extremely funny or the life of the party. A good model will be nice, happy to work, flexible and versatile. This article explains the importance of the inner self rather than just how a girl looks and how this can lead to a successful and fulfilling modelling career. | Read More →Words: 562 Downloads: 0 Category: Fashion By: Renae Lucas-Hall
Alexander McQueen is one of Britain's most well-known and popular fashion designers and he is fast becoming the designer of choice for many celebrities. When Kate Middleton married Prince William in 2011 and she wore a wedding gown by Alexander McQueen, McQueen's popularity soared. Although Lee Alexander McQueen passed away in 2010, Sarah Jane Burton has continued his legacy. Designs by Alexander McQueen can be outlandish and controversial. However, it's the detail and ingenuity in McQueen's clothing and accessories that the A-list celebrities admire so much. Celebrities know they will get the attention they need when they wear McQueen on the red carpet. | Read More →Words: 562 Downloads: 1 Category: Fashion By: Renae Lucas-Hall
The fundamental concept of the four distinct seasons in Japan influences the culture, architecture, cuisine and everyday life of the Japanese people. This article is an appreciation of these seasons and shows how they inspire and encourage the beauty they represent. | Read More →Words: 485 Downloads: 0 Category: Asia By: Renae Lucas-Hall
Many articles have been written about business etiquette in Japan, without explaining the reason behind it and its connection with the Japanese way of thinking. This article will concentrate on how and why the Japanese incorporate traditional customs and their unique rules of etiquette, during the course of business. It will also provide you with the tools you need for better business practice in Japan and help you to avoid the confusion and embarrassment many Westerners feel when they do business with the Japanese. | Read More →Words: 1137 Downloads: 0 Category: Business Dev. By: Renae Lucas-Hall
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