“I feel pretty much in control of my life and work and how I spend my time.” Do you know anyone who says things like that?
There’s a temptation to make and keep outlandish New Year’s resolutions. But I have a suggestion: Do exactly the opposite.
I had lunch with my college roommate who is now a physician. And found that our practices share something remarkable in common.
My friend John is relaxing this holiday season, not doing any work at all. In fact, he’s been lounging like this since Thanksgiving. Sounds great, right? Wrong.
How weird is it that when we’re in college we spend SO MUCH time, effort, and money on learning – and then after we start working, we’re “too busy” for learning?
The best pitches I saw in 2019 increasingly had one thing in common.
I was surprised when I caught myself feeling self-conscious in the middle of a pose. Then I realized what that says about the psyche of a PR pro, and how we should adapt.
Here are a few things to consider when you are feeling discouraged, unmotivated, and as burned out as that turkey I cooked way too long that one year.
The PR team at Ancestry.com creates news without breaking the bank. Here’s what you can learn from their playbook.
Do you remember what you were doing in 2009?