What if someone walked up to you and asked for $5,000? How would you respond? If you’re anything like me, you’d probably just roll your eyes and walk away. But, what if they presented you with a cohesive plan as to how they would use the money? You’d probably respond by saying something like, “That…… Continue reading What’s In It For Me?
Dear Future Pr Professional, I know that PR is the field you wish to pursue and it is time for you to put on my big girl panties/big boy drawers (whatever guys say!) and get out there. BUT, how the heck do you get over the humps? If you have found yourself nervous about your…… Continue reading Dear Future PR Professional
You wake up on a beautiful spring morning and decide it’s the perfect day to take your 3-year-old son to the Cincinnati Zoo. In the blink of an eye, your son falls into the gorilla enclosure. One of the gorillas grabs the boy by his ankle and begins throwing and dragging him through the moat…… Continue reading Your Worst Nightmare
The purpose of this post is share with you the importance of research in Public Relations. More importantly though, I am here to discuss the who, the why, and the how. For some reason, college has conditioned me to immediately get an attitude when I hear or read research paper. I assume that I will…… Continue reading The Who. The Why. The How.
“Photographs of bruises on a pretty girl prove to be very effective. In a case like this, perception is more important than evidence. The truth doesn’t matter. He looks guilty. He is guilty.” – Olivia Pope When I think of public relations (PR), there is only one thing that comes to mind and that is:…… Continue reading So, you want to be Olivia Pope?
A Day in the Life
I could sit at home and watch BuzzFeed videos all day. Though a lot of the videos are created in a jokingly manner, not many people realize that these videos can be used in presentations to make their ideas more relatable and easy to understand. Watching these videos can also teach you things about people…… Continue reading BuzzFeed