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What’s Your Pen Personality?

What’s Your Pen Personality?

| October 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

What’s Your Pen Personality? by Katie Hockstein What pen choice best reveals the inner you? Take this quiz to find out. 1. I would describe myself as…. a. an entrepreneur or business professional/tech enthusiast b. a writer, editor or journalist/student, scholar or educator c. an artist or aesthete/collector or curator 2. When it comes to […]

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Disconnect to Reconnect: Manners Still Matter

Disconnect to Reconnect: Manners Still Matter

| October 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

With a burgeoning market for better, faster and cooler tech, it may seem like the tradition of etiquette these days is a fleeting afterthought. You see it in restaurants, gyms, airports, meetings and even classrooms – the unmistakable glow of a digital resource, washed upon the faces of our Generation Y peers.  Where technological growth […]

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Writing à la mode

Writing à la mode

| October 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Which pen design is right for you? Choosing the right pen for the task at hand is an art as well as a science. Fountain pen, rollerball and ballpoint are the three most popular modes. Each writes differently and has its own benefits and drawbacks. Which mode do you prefer? Some writers use more than […]

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Coping with criticism

Coping with criticism

Do you enjoy having your work scrutinized, analyzed and evaluated by your boss or others in authority? Well, you should—using criticism as a springboard to excellence is a surefire way to become indispensable to your organization. Here are eight ways to benefit from constructive criticism: 1. Don’t expect perfection the first time. Like a seasoned […]

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Failure—the secret to success

Failure—the secret to success

There’s no such thing as failure. Ask Winston Churchill, who said, “Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.” Here are six reasons why you should embrace failure to realize achievement: 1. No risk, no reward. Risk-taking is unavoidable in any quest to grow and innovate, and […]

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Product Spotlight: Pocquettes™ iPad Mini® Travel Case

Product Spotlight: Pocquettes™ iPad Mini® Travel Case

There’s nothing like fine leather to enhance the enjoyment of today’s digital devices. Ask Levenger CEO Steve Leveen, who loves his new Pocquettes iPad Mini Travel Case. “Have you seen this?” he asked a staff member excitedly the other day. “Feel it…it’s so soft and plush.” And it is…crafted in ultra-soft textured full-grain leather, au […]

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Talkmasters: 10 Tips for Public Speakers

Talkmasters: 10 Tips for Public Speakers

It’s been described as one of the most terrifying and stressful events in life, including moving, changing jobs or losing a spouse. But public speaking doesn’t have to be all that scary, if you prepare and keep some of the following suggestions in mind:  1. Don’t wing it. Take the time to outline and organize […]

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The Dynamic Group: 7 ways to inspire teamwork

The Dynamic Group: 7 ways to inspire teamwork

Do you lead a team? Enhance efficiency, output and harmony within your workgroup by adhering to the following commonsense advice:   1. Give everyone a voice. Each member of a team longs to be heard and acknowledged. When group decisions are made, it’s important that each and every viewpoint is represented in the discussion. Embrace the […]

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The Briefolio®: Our Briefcase Alternative

The Briefolio®: Our Briefcase Alternative

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication,” said Leonardo da Vinci. Traveling light to business meetings is one way to simplify your busy life. The Levenger leather Briefolio helps you do just that, and in sleek style. The Briefolio is the brainchild of our Levenger product innovators, who were challenged to create a lightweight briefcase alternative that could […]

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Executive Super Powers: 5 Ways to Be a Better Manager

Executive Super Powers: 5 Ways to Be a Better Manager

Striving for accomplishment and success in the group dynamic of the workplace requires strong, smart leadership. The following commonsense ideas can help make a good manager into a great one. Here are five simple things supervisors can do to increase their effectiveness: 1. Share your vision. An inspired staff, guided by a leader who charts […]

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