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The Communication Comedy Network Presents: Father's Day

The Communication Comedy Network is back!  News Anchor, Nancy Newsome, interviews viewers on Mother's Day Vs Father's Day in this our first in a series of monthly vlogs.  Nancy shares her research on the disparity between the celebration for moms and dads on their special day, but this one viewer had something quite unusual to share. Check it out: ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ If you liked this post, read…Seven Reasons Why YOU Should Sign Up for the Art of Eloquence Newsletter!  This month I’ll be sharing two articles on some father issues and how they can strengthen your relationships.

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It's Innovation/Discovery Week!

Today is Columbus Day which is celebrated annually on the second Monday of October and remembers Christopher Columbus' arrival to the Americas on October 12, 1492. His travels to America was a testiment to innovation and discovery so I've declared this week to be innovation and discovery week here on the Art of Eloquence blog.  I can do that; it's my blog! ROFL Today I'm going to share a few innovations of my own, but before that let me tell you what's coming up this week: On Wednesday, I'll have a post celebrating another innovation, the anniversary of the very first two way phone conversation.  If you're a homeschooler, you'll love this one as I have a video coming explaining...

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It's Dr. Seuss Week

Dr. Seuss' birthday is this Friday.  He would have been 108 years old.  As many of us did, I grew up with Dr. Seuss books and so did my children.  They were a fun way for kids to want to learn to read.  They had two of the things kids love most: rhyme and nonsense.  Silly words with silly pictures, odd situations and strange creatures enticed us all. This week on the Art of Eloquence Communication FUNdamental's blog, we will be celebrating silliness and creative play that fosters better education (specifically communication) and remembering Dr. Seuss. Part of the reason Dr. Seuss was so effective was because he included humor and creative play into the learning process, an idea Art of Eloquence...

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The word is humor

  In honor of Ronald Reagn's birthday this week, the word of the week is humor.  What is humor? Merriam Webster defines it as "a: that quality which appeals to a sense of the ludicrous or absurdly incongruous b: the mental faculty of discovering, expressing, or appreciating the ludicrous or absurdly incongruous c: something that is or is designed to be comical or amusing." x Humor comes in many forms including: one liners, jokes, whiticisms, puns, slapstick, and sarcasm.  Some humor involves the telling of stories and Ronald Reagan had plenty of them always at the ready.  This is a rare YouTube video montage of his best Soviet Union jokes he loved to share. x If you liked this post, please subscribe...

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