This week, I’m speaking at Denison ReMix. My talk is titled “From the deepest valley to the highest mountain.” It stems from a sentiment Richard Nixon shared during his August 1974 farewell address.
On a Side Note…
It’s hard to imagine Georgia without Atlanta. But, at the dawn of the 19th century, the city did not exist. Georgia’s statehouse was in the tiny hamlet of Louisville, where it remained until 1806, and its power centers included Augusta and Savannah.
“Fake news” is hardly a newphenomenon. Just ask John Dugan.
After speaking with the chief medical officer of the hospital where my son died, I realize we will never receive a straight answer about the circumstances leading to his death.
We live in a modern world. Anonymous posts, comments and reviews are very real threats to reputations today.
Whenever I stop to think about it, I’ve encountered an incredibly wide range of personalities. I’ve had great colleagues who cared and wanted me to succeed and terrible colleagues who wanted me to fail.
I cannot believe how unhinged this election is making people.
Clients, oftentimes try to remedy operational issues with PR. It is important for communicators to fully understand the situation before giving counsel and advice. And, just because a client wants something or a particular action does not mean they are right.
It seems there have been a state of public firings here lately. From an outsider’s perspective, there is a case to be made that none of the firings have been handled well.
An icon of Amtrak’s operations in the Northeast will soon be relegated to the history books.