Finding Your Creative Energy

There are days when I’m elbow deep in strategic planning, from research, audits and policies to communications strategy for my clients....

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The Three Things To Kill In Your Media Interviews

Memory studies consistently find that people forget the vast majority of what they read, hear, or see, especially if they are only exposed...

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Relationship Building is My Career

After working in public relations and marketing for years, I’ve come to realize that relationship building is not just a handy skill or a...

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PRStudChat April Session: Technology & Data Allows You to Target & Amplify Grassroots Efforts

Today, with instant access to technology and an abundance of data, sharing information with audiences is quick, easy and can cross borders...

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Travel Will Change Your View on Life

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...

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Reassessing Your Passion

Now that Q1 2014 is underneath your belt, do you feel satisfied with your performance, or do wish you were accomplishing more? And, if...

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Six Times You Should Call a Press Conference

Press conferences aren’t as common as they used to be. Technology has allowed companies to disseminate information to reporters (and the...

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Whether You’re Giving or Receiving Feedback, it’s a Gift

I remember first learning about the “gift” of feedback in grad school. Up until that point, I had looked at feedback differently. I...

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