The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of August 26-30:
COMMERCIALIZE SEATTLE LAUNCHES TONIGHT!
12 BODY LANGUAGE TIPS FOR CAREER SUCCESS
Trying to advance your career and demand greater respect in the workspace? Forbes contributor Carol Goman has 12 great body language tips that are proven to increase your career success. Some easy adjustments in your everyday life can help you display more power and confidence to your peers, and help move you up the corporate ladder. Try standing tall and widening your stance or develop a power pose to assert your newfound assurance. These simple changes in the way you present yourself can be the deciding factor on whether or not you land that dream job of yours.
11 OF SEATTLE’S MOST ANTICIPATED FALL RESTAURANT OPENINGS
The end of summer is approaching but the rain won’t stop Seattle from enjoying a flurry of new restaurants. Take, for example the new food at Altstadt, a Belgian beer hall in Pioneer Square, or Ballard’s English Pub Brimmer & Heeltap. The choices this fall also include Jason Stratton’s Aragona at the Four Seasons in Downtown, and the snout-to-tail, farm-to-table Le Petit Cochon opening up in Fremont. Needless to say, Seattle will not run out of new and exciting eateries to try in the coming months.
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