Travel Will Change Your View on Life

Travel Will Change Your View on Life 1

Typical excuses I hear are, “it is too pricey” or I don’t “have time,” but the truth is everyone is busy and everyone is strapped for cash sometimes – so those aren’t good excuses. Quit rationalizing about how it makes sense not to do it because this one thing will change your view on life. What am I talking about? Traveling.

Reassessing Your Passion

Reassessing Your Passion 2

Now that Q1 2014 is underneath your belt, do you feel satisfied with your performance, or do wish you were accomplishing more? And, if it’s the latter, do you have a long list of excuses as to why? It’s easy to convince yourself as about why this may be happening … you’re not getting along with your co-workers, you feel like you’re not being tapped for your true expertise, or the campaigns you’re working on are not going as well as you had imagined. Perhaps, you’re just not feeling at your 100% best lately, and you have to drag yourself to work everyday. Well, guess what, any one of these reasons and more could be on the list.

The Social Conference 2012 – Eight New Strategic Practices for the PR Champion 0

On February 9, 2012, I’ll be joining my colleagues in Amsterdam to deliver a keynote on Eight New Strategic Practices for the PR Champion.  As a part of the preparation for the event, The Social Conference 2012, I was asked to discuss a few topics.  My video focuses on several of the “hot” topics in […]

Special Announcement: The #PRStudChat Community Kicks Off the New Year on January 18th 0

Happy New Year #PRStudChat friends!  We’re ready to kick off 2012 by focusing on the customer experience.  On Wednesday, January 18th 2012 at 8:30 p.m. ET, the #PRStudChat community will discuss how using public relations creates a better brand experience. Joining us on the 18th is our special guest Jim Joseph (@JimJosephExp), President of Lippe […]

Enhance the Executive’s Experience: Share Information Relevant to Their World 1

One of the first things I learned in marketing was to “mirror” my audience’s behavior.  For example, working at an agency for years, we learned to watch the body language of the executives in the room. Lean forward at the boardroom table if they lean forward, be more relaxed if they are more relaxed. If […]

Book Review: The End of Business As Usual by @BrianSolis 0

Happy New Year! I wanted to kick off the year with my book review of the End of Business as Usual by Brian Solis.  The video review is almost 10 minutes long so grab a drink and a snack   If you’re looking for a book to read in 2012 that challenges your thinking and […]

The Techniques of the New #PR Champion: Webinar Q&A Part IV 2

My December 7th Vocus Webinar on “The Techniques of the New PR Champion,” sparked many questions from participants. Here is the fourth and final part of the Q&A.  Parts I, II and III are also available on my blog for review.  I hope that I’ve answered everyone’s questions from the Webinar.   If I’ve missed any, […]

The Techniques of the New #PR Champion Webinar: Q&A Part III 2

I’m still working on the Q&A from my December 7th Vocus Webinar on “The Techniques of the New PR Champion.” Below is Part III of my responses.  The questions from participants range from strategy and planning to the best tool and techniques of the New PR Champion.  Parts I and II of the Q&A are […]

The Techniques of the New PR Champion Webinar: Q&A Part II 0

For those of you who caught my December 7th Vocus Webinar on “The Techniques of the New PR Champion,” here’s Part II of the Q&A. I can tell from the number of questions, (there were over 65 with some duplication), PR professionals are ready to embrace new practices and they’re looking at 2012 as a […]

The Techniques of the New PR Champion Webinar Q&A 0

On December 7, 2011, I participated in a Vocus Webinar on “The Techniques of the New PR Champion.”  It was exciting for me to present some of the material from my new book, “Social Media and Public Relations: Eight New Practices for the PR Professional.”  With a lot to say on the topic and very […]

Transforming Social Good into Social Responsibility 1

A Guest Post By Harrison Kratz Regardless of what walk of life you are from or what your career is, the holiday season brings up the same topics of conversation… Gift shopping, how early is too early for Christmas music, and what you are doing to give back this year. In PR, Marketing, and Social […]

Special Announcement: #PRStudChat Holiday Chat to Celebrate our Favorite PR Things! 0

It’s December and we’re ringing in the Holidays at #PRStudchat! Growing together over the past 2+ years, we’re like one big family and it’s amazing how much we’ve shared together.  On December 21, 2011 at 8:30 p.m., get ready to share some more. Our Holiday Twitter chat session will give PR professionals, students and educators […]

Giving Back to #PR & #Marketing & Then Paying it Forward 4

When you give back, you hope it gets paid forward. I had an idea a couple of weeks ago I thought would be great to test during the Holiday season.  It’s an experiment in giving back and then paying it forward. The Holiday season fosters good will and nothing feels better then to selflessly give […]

What Will #PR Look Like As We Approach 2015? 6

It’s never too early to make predictions.  As I watched the Holiday decorations go up in my neighborhood over the weekend (I know, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet), it made me think about 2012 and the years to come.  So, here is my “moving forward” post on what going to happen in PR next year, […]

Bloggers Have More of an Influence in 2011 14

I found a really interesting annual study by Technorati called, “State of the Blogosphere 2011: Introduction and Methodology.” Of particular interest to me was the breakdown of the different types of bloggers and the motivations and consequences for blogging.  If I were to categorize myself in relation to this study, my blogging falls in two […]


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