Do you have a plan in place for your business in case you end up in the ER?

In May of this year I became very ill and ended up having emergency surgery. For months prior to that, I had several other health issues that were annoying to me, and to everyone including my clients. All of it related to a compromised immune system (I never knew, until I ended up in the...

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Fielding media calls for attorneys

In my last post I talked about how confidentiality agreements with attorneys or other high level executives might affect your portfolio. There are many terms for everything in the PR world but here I will tell you what means to field the media for attorneys and how to make sure you are prepared for a...

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Can confidentiality agreements affect your portfolio?

I have been asked this question numerous times. There are two answers: yes and no. That is probably not what you wanted to hear, however it is often true. When working with the federal government, attorneys, accountants and high-level corporate executives, it can be an issue when trying to build a portfolio. Unfortunately it means...

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To entrepreneur or not to entrepreneur

In 2008, many people lost their jobs and were feeling helpless. Soon after, many ideas started to surface about what else we could do. Some joined meet-ups designed like networking groups for the unemployed to try and find work. Others joined groups that assisted them in moving into the 21st century so they could compete....

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Why I chose PR as a career

When I was a kid, I was always bouncing off the ceiling. My dad made my mother take me to the doctor at the age of five because he thought I had a problem. Perhaps ADD, perhaps some other sort of hyper problem and I probably needed to be medicated. Well, thankfully my doctor knew better! The...

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