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May 26, 2022
Learning from Mistakes

The Key Ingredient in the Recipe for Success Mistakes are part of learning and growing. We all have a mistake in our near or distant memory that horrified us (at the time). Maybe we’d rather forget about it – but the truth is once we get past the horror we can usually learn valuable lessons […]

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April 8, 2022
Advice for Young Writers

April 10th is “National Encourage a Young Writer Day” - a day that reminds us all to recognize and help sharpen the talent of young writers. As a “young” writer myself, I am always looking for advice to hone my voice and polish my work. Why is it important to develop strong writing skills? According […]

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April 1, 2022
Don't Be An April Fool: Avoid Sharing Fake News

4 Tips for Spotting Misinformation The advent of the true “24-hour news cycle” (online and through 24-hour cable news networks) has been a blessing and a curse for those of us in the PR field. The blessing is more news outlets, more opportunities to share your clients’ news, and ease of social amplification with “click-to-share” […]

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June 25, 2021
Trying to do Better

As a communicator and a mother (and a human being in general), I am always thinking about choosing the right words. What’s the best way to convey support and understanding without applying my own lens to the experiences of others? From #Pride to #Juneteenth, June is a month full of opportunities for voices to be […]

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May 12, 2021
Three Ways to Relieve the Uncertainty of Return-to-Work

Is the “Great Resignation” really on the way? I read the Bloomberg article How to Quit Your Job in the Great Post-Pandemic Resignation Boom by Arianne Cohen with great interest. Self-interest, mainly. The truth is, I don’t want any of our team resigning – so I read it with a bit of doubt and possibly even a little fear. [...]

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January 18, 2021
Integrity in Communications is the Key to Fair and Free Press

The Forbes piece “A Truth Reckoning: Why We’re Holding Those Who Lied For Trump Accountable,” by Randall Lane (Jan 7, 2021), examines the impact of lying for your boss – in this case, the outgoing president of the United States. Lane puts potential corporate suitors of Trump’s former comms staff on notice: hire anyone who lied on […]

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