The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for businesspeople. Here are three of our top stories from the week of March 25-29:
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FONTS
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THE 21 PRINCIPLES OF PERSUASION
How is it that certain people are so incredibly persuasive? Can we all harness those skills? After studying the most influential political, social, business and religious leaders, and trying countless techniques out himself, Jason Nazar, CEO of Docstoc, has identified 21 lessons to persuading people. This overview of Nazar’s talk on “How to Persuade People” divides principles into three categories: Basics, General Rules, and Personal Skills.
WHERE TO FIND SEATTLE’S 18 ICONIC SANDWICHES
Seattle isn’t short on sandwiches. We’ve got really good ones, in fact. Eater Seattle has put together a map for hungry Seattleites showing where to find some of the best and most iconic sandwiches in Seattle. From the drunken chicken sandwich at Baguette Box, to the reuben on the menu at Dot’s Delicatessen, to banh mi from Saigon Deli, unique sandwiches are all over Seattle. Start planning your next lunch break now!
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