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Subcontracting for Other Investigators: Colleague or Client?

How to work for fellow investigators, be a consummate professional, and get enthusiastic referrals for years to come
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Communicating and Delegating: Lessons from the Cockpit

How the lessons of "crew resource management" can smooth relationships with employees, contractors, and clients
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Snoops and Sneaks: Hiring and Firing for the Crazy PI Industry

How do you hire trustworthy employees for your private investigations firm, when lying, hiding, and eavesdropping are essential traits for the job?
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How to Network Like a Spy

A private investigator shares his tactics for cracking even the most difficult career connection
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3 Ways Well-Written Emails Can Win Clients’ Trust

How Honing Your Language Skills Can Make a Brilliant First Impression with Clients and Colleagues Alike
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Its vs. It’s: The Apostrophe Conundrum

Simple Fixes for Common Grammatical Mistakes: Its & It's, Your & You're, Their & They're, Whose & Who's
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A Way with Words: Avoiding Hilarious Mistakes

Malapropism (n.) — The habit of misusing words to hilarious effect, often by confusing words that sound similar.
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Letter Writing, Part 2: Constructing the Boilerplate

How to create templates for well-crafted, personalized notes that will impress clients and colleagues.
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