As the curtain begins to fall on 2014, it’s a great time to think about what worked and didn’t work this past year and what you want to change moving forward.
The past few weeks have been craaaaaa-zy. Client work, home stuff and kid stuff all seemed to converge at the same time and then we went on a 7-day cruise to the Bahamas. We just got back yesterday and I’m buried in dirty, wet, smelly laundry. All of this is to explain why I have been AWOL of late.
Welcome to Thursday’s Tips at Studio 4 PR! Every Thursday, I’ll be sharing the best tips I’ve found to make your business and/or life easier. Most of the time, they’ll be relevant to finding and being found by your ideal client, but my main goal is to make them meaningful. Or fun. Or both. …
Two weeks ago, I posted that I was tired all the time and that I needed a miracle. I had just read The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod, which advocates that if
I know I don’t get enough sleep. I am tired all the time, which sometimes makes me really fun (read: sarcasm) to be around.
Every year, the YWCA of Rochester holds its Empowering Women Luncheon
Information is a hot commodity. Consumers can’t get enough of it.
Have you ever had one of those moments when you thought “what are the odds of that happening?” Like you think of someone you haven’t seen in 20 years and that day you run into them in the produce section of the grocery store.
Close your eyes. Imagine you’re in a room filled with people. You can see them, but they can’t see you.
When you have it all (or think you do), the idea of walking away from it is, well, CRAZY.
This week’s #FollowFriday is a no brainer given the announcement that Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly had been declared cancer-free.
What is the best way to pitch the media?
The City of Rochester — my city — is in mourning. Still reeling from the death of Rochester police officer Daryl Pierson, who was killed Wednesday night doing what he loved
Welcome to Media Monday at Studio 4 PR! Every Monday, I’ll be sharing stories of entrepreneurs doing cool things. If I can’t find any stories of entrepreneurs doing cool things, I’ll share other stories that will either cause you to pause, cry, or bust a gut laughing. Most of the time, they’ll be relevant …
Ah, it’s a “problem” we all should be so lucky to have — having too many friends. Or, as in this case, too many “friends”, which are classified as people who found you through some form of social media and because of your expertise, reputation, products or services, have decided to follow you.