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Press Release NCRA RPR, RDR, and State CSR Exams

Press Release NCRA RPR, RDR, and State CSR Exams FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 98% successful pass rate by students and court reporters on NCRA’s RPR, RDR, and on State CSR written exams. Court Reporter Reference Books has released the revised and updated Complete NCRA RPR, RDR, and State CSR Written Test Prep Textbook, Sixth Edition. This […]

Our Words Are Our O.R., Part III of III

Our Words Are Our O.R., Part III of III By Monette Benoit, All Rights Reserved. Part III: In response to my words and to my father’s words about my “listening”, Ms. D.O.N. then said, “I still don’t like the look on her face,” and left the room. I thought about Frazier Crane’s, “I’m listening, Seattle…” […]

The Lesson Behind “You’re Processing; You’re Not Stuck”, Coach’s Corner, Part I

The Lesson Behind “You’re Processing; You’re Not Stuck”, Coach’s Corner, Part I of III By Monette Benoit, All Rights Reserved. Years ago, I wrote “You’re Processing; You’re Not Stuck.” My Journal of Court Reporting April 2005 article is posted on my blog “Monette’s Musings” and www.CRRbooks.com. I detailed how one sentence I shared shifted a […]

Exactly Why Am I Doing This Now? Part I of III

Exactly Why Am I Doing This Now? Part I of III By Monette Benoit, All Rights Reserved. May 1, 2013 The requested tutor and empowerment coaching appointment began with a simple question. My question to the court reporter was simply, “How are you?” There was a loud sigh. The answer began, “I am so tired […]

“I Love You,” He Squealed, Part III of III

“I Love You,” He Squealed, Part III of III By Monette Benoit, All Rights Reserved. Part I: He squealed, “I love you!” at the top of his lungs, multiple times, before he was physically removed, gently and lovingly. How did that happen? The morning began quietly. … For three months I had been looking for […]

How’d You Get Here? Part One

How’d You Get Here? Part OneBy Monette Benoit Copyright 2008 by Monette Benoit, All Rights Reserved. Each person is a story. As I tutor and coach court reporters and students, I am continually asked: “How’d you get through it? How’d you get here?” I sent four questions to leaders – freelance reporters, officials, CART providers, […]