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New Study on CEOs and Media Interviews

  A new study on CEOs and media interviews is out, courtesy of the Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) that shows how important it is for American CEO’s to have an online presence. The survey shows “80 percent (of reporters) will… Read more

Celebrating New Author Marge Laney – Fit Happens; Analog Buying in a Digital World

If you’re in retail, you’ll want to meet Marge! Book signing at Pacific Place Barnes & Noble, March 12th, 2-4pm. HOUSTON, Texas – Fitting room expert and Alert Tech CEO Marge Laney is on a one-woman mission to improve fitting… Read more

How to ACE Your Next Presentation

  In a perfect world, we’d all like to ‘ACE’ every presentation we make – whether it’s a presentation to clients for a new proposal, or a speech we’re making to hundreds of people! Here are three key reminders to help you… Read more

What’s Your Superpower?

Have you ever considered your superpower? I ran across this question in an article on MSN about CEO’s favorite interview questions, and it got me thinking — how would I answer this question? Most of us don’t think in terms of… Read more

How to Set and Reach Your Goals in 2015

How to set and reach your goals in 2015 is ‘top of mind’ for many of us as we begin a new year. It’s a time for resets, fresh starts, and imagining new ways of being. Many of us make New… Read more

Worst Fears? Public Speaking in Top 5!

Maybe you’ve heard of the new study from Chapman University on Americans’ worst fears. Turns out, it’s not just walking alone or a natural disaster.  Public speaking ranks in the top five! What is it about speaking in public that… Read more

Email PR Mess – Word of Warning

Have you seen the latest brouhaha and email PR mess regarding the ousting of New York Times Editor Jill Abramson? Of course, this situation is more complex than just emails — featuring gender pay gap questions, style of leadership, who was… Read more

Crisis Communications – PR Observations

Operating in ‘crisis communications’ mode is never fun. If only there were such clear warning signs posted like the one seen here so we could avoid negative press. It’s best to have a plan in place for your company or organization so… Read more

KOMO Helicopter Crash, Remembering a Colleague

It started with a text from my husband that read ‘someone said the KOMO helicopter just crashed near Seattle Center and cars are on fire.’ I immediately checked online, saw that it was true, and turned on KOMO radio, then… Read more