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That Time Bachelor’s Sean Lowe Got Stuck in a Blizzard

In a field like public relations, no day is ever the same. When you are dealing with clients in the entertainment and lifestyle industry, you find yourself with no shortage of emergencies, crises and calamities. If you are having a “normal” day, it’s likely not to last long.But, we thrive on exciting situations, and we...

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I got my diploma, but here’s what I didn’t learn.

We all discover things about our careers that we never expected going into a new job or field. Maybe we found things that excited us or made us thankful we chose that particular path. Or, maybe, there were things we wish didn’t come with the territory. As with any job, there were skills or characteristics...

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Goal-Setting For 2018? What To Take Off Your Plate

Of all the resolutions you’ve made over the years, how much of that list has consisted of goals you’re deliberately not going to work towards? Oddly enough, that was the crux of my own 2018 resolutions-setting process. Let me explain…If you’re anything like me, goal-setting – New Year’s or otherwise – has always been about...

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What I’m Known For: ESPN Talent Producer Katie Miervaldis

In our regular column, “What I’m Known For,” we will highlight public relations, lifestyle entertainment and media industry authorities, leaders and influencers. We are excited to share their stories, well-won life experiences and advice.We are honored to have ESPN Talent Producer Katie Miervaldis on the blog today, sharing her experience and dispensing her hard-earned advice....

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Want a Transformative 2018? Ask Yourself These 3 Questions.

2017 was one of the hardest years of my life. For a variety of reasons I struggled through the entire year both personally and professionally. It was a year of loss, struggle, change, tough decisions and ultimately healing. I learned a great deal about life-giving relationships, restoration at its core and what I truly valued.But...

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