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Career Planning Tool: #MyFirstSevenJobs

August 9th, 2016 · No Comments

Tweet I especially love one of this summer’s hottest social media lists — #myfirstsevenjobs — since it easily engages everyone in thinking about careers–past, present and future. When the challenge first started trending on Twitter this past weekend, I took the challenge to name my first seven jobs. Here’s my top-of-mind listing of my first […]

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Starting Your Own Agency: Crazy or Cool?

August 2nd, 2016 · No Comments

Tweet Q. After five years in a mid-size PR firm, at age 29 I’m thinking about starting my own agency. I enjoy client work and recently helped my current firm win some new business, so I know the traps. My question to you and your readers: Crazy or cool? -BD A. Several years ago, I […]

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10 Must Have Skills of a True PR Pro

July 19th, 2016 · No Comments

Tweet By Glenn Roy A degree is not all that is needed to become a true PR professional. If you want to be successful then you need to have a rounded set of skills that can help you perform everything from writing to research. Here are the top skills that you must have if you […]

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3 Life Lessons to Help You Make Your Own History

June 23rd, 2016 · No Comments

TweetBruce Weindruch, founder and creative genius behind The History Factory, has just published a book filled with examples of how forward-looking companies prepare for the future by understanding their past. Unlike those of us who have held many different jobs, Bruce has had only two during his nearly 40-year career. In this Career Capsule, Bruce explains how […]

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5 Things to Know About ‘Doing Your Own Thing’

June 1st, 2016 · 1 Comment

Tweet By Mike Hatcliffe After a really bad day at the office when you feel over-worked, underpaid and pulled all out of shape by your manager, we have that daydream. “I should do my own thing”. Friends who are running their own one-person PR shops very successfully, all look happy – right? They don’t have […]

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