The dreaded New Year’s Resolution. Each January, we choose a goal to focus on for the next 12 months only to see our efforts fizzle out in weeks. We often focus on resolutions that affect us personally like changing out diet, exercise schedule or saving/spending habits. This year, instead try some simple but beneficial professional … Continue reading PR Resolutions and How to Keep Them
Classes have already begun for many colleges and universities and will start for the majority of the remaining ones today. We might as well start off on the right foot this semester and pave the way for smooth sailing in the next several months. Get a planner. Use it. There is no better way to … Continue reading Stay on Track This Semester
Its a brand new year, goals are set and everyone is excited to accomplish their new years resolutions. In this blog post, I highlighted the three important things that aspiring professionals should do and keep at in this upcoming year. I reevaluated my 2013 and decided the following tips are essential. Below are the three … Continue reading Three Things Every Aspiring PR Professional Should Do in 2014!
As 2013 comes to an end, I always love reflecting on the most interesting and most popular blog posts of the semester. This past fall, each of the blog posts below have reached over 100 plus views, and for good reason. Each blog post embodies all of the elements that make a blog post outstanding; … Continue reading Top 3 Blog Posts of Fall 2013
I've noticed New Year's resolutions get scoffed at a lot more often than they get created. In fact, when talking of my personal resolutions to a friend, I was told, "Why wait until one day in the entire year to decide to make yourself better? Shouldn't you be constantly be making resolutions to accomplish?" I … Continue reading RACE to the New Year: Resolutions and Evaluations
The new year is a great time to reorganize your business. At my job at a small public relations firm in Philadelphia, we are evaluating our current clients. Here are some tips to consider when evaluating whether to keep clients or not:- Is the client missing payments?- Are you doing more work than what is … Continue reading Searching for New Clients