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Be Likable and Relatable: How to Win Like a Politician

by Randy Lane Will Mitt Romney reveal his true self tonight on the first presidential debate? Who is the real Barack Obama – the hope-and-change champion of 2008 or the realistic president of the last four years? Political pundits “definition of character is rather simplistic, turning on such superficial points as likability and relatability.” That’s […]
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Parenting Topic Idea: Push Presents

Kristen Cavallari gave birth recently, and received a $10,000 bag as a “push present”- a gift a new mother receives for giving birth. Read more about other celeb push presents here. Set Up Ideas: Do pregnant women expect push presents, or is this just commonplace in Hollywood? Survey your listeners to decide. What is the […]
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Tip Creep

Forget 15 percent. Or even 20 percent. The new normal in restaurant tipping is to give a full 25 to 30 percent of the tab, the New York Post reports. It’s not just New York City where tips are heading north; other cities are also experiencing “tip creep.” New research from a professor at Cornell […]
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Topic Idea: Judging Other Moms

Kids on a leash. The kid that back talks. Parents who let their kids eat fast food. Kool-aid in a baby bottle. These are reasons Moms judge other Moms, according to this video from The Stir. Set Up Ideas: Do you judge other Moms? What are your parenting pet peeves that make you give another […]
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