Mary Barber opines on using shorter sentences for greater impact in our speech and writing. Want to "thank the Academy"? Then just say it.
When I worked at Ruder Finn some years ago, I was told, one day, that I was being moved to an account that I perceived as less than thrilling.
Never one to hide my feelings very well (I know, weird for a former actress, but it’s true), I must have given away how not-excited I was.
Shortly after, I was marched into the office of one of the VPs (I was an Account Supervisor at […]
In a couple of days, I’ll be heading to what I’ve always thought of one of the most fascinating places on earth: Alaska.
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“Alaska?!” you ask.
“Why?!” you sputter, flavoring your morning coffee with a healthy dose of envy, I imagine.
It all began when I met Mary Barber at the 2009 PRSA International Conference. Mary and I had corresponded on Twitter (is it weird to use that word in conjunction with Twitter? I don’t care.) and made a […]
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It’s amazing who will respond, and what they’ll respond with.
Chuck Hester, for example, puts out a daily CHUCKle. Like this one from a few days ago: