Category: PR At Its Best

PR in times of turmoil

August 19, 2020 · Gabriella Perez-Silva

At its best, PR can elevate important issues and disseminate powerful messages. At its worst, PR practitioners have been called “story spinners,” “sensationalizers” and “opportunists.”

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Fighting wars isn’t hard … fighting for a job is!

August 12, 2020 · Chase Holzhauer

Veterans are one of the most underutilized groups in society, and I believe that this comes from the belief that we all have PTSD or are “broken.” Being a veteran and a combat veteran at that, I know that this isn’t true. The question I get most often after I tell people that I am a veteran is, “Did you ever shoot anyone?” This is not the first thing you want to talk about with someone you have just met, especially if you don’t know whether or not that person even supports veterans.

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(Road) Work Ahead. Good.

August 05, 2020 · Mick Emmett
Road at Bospar

A few times a week I go out for a run in the pre-dawn darkness. It’s cool and quiet, and I have the roads to myself. This fitness activity also doubles as a chance to not think directly about work stuff – I can let my mind drift and allow any ideas that want to surface…to surface.

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