Whether you are in public relations, marketing, advertising, or social media management, it is important to understand just how valuable you are. Why? It could be the difference between a potential client understanding your worth and not being valued. In today's Tip, I explain the importance of value as a professional. What are… Continue reading Tuesday Tip: Valuing Yourself as a Pro
This has been a wonderful year. One of growth, success, and honors. But, it would not have been possible without YOU. So, as I make my last post of 2013, accept my thanks for a year I won't forget. THANK YOU, ALL!
How many SWOT Analyses have you done in your public relations career? Have you ever done one for your personal brand? With the end of the year just a few weeks away, now is as good as a time to do one! Check out the Thursday Thought to see how. Let me know your thoughts… Continue reading Thursday Thought: Personal SWOT Analysis
Every once in a while, we need to fall flat on our butts to wake us up. Here's how I was given a wake-up call and why I'm better for it. How have you been humbled? Let me know in the comments!
One of the worst feelings in the world is having a setback. It puts doubt into your mind and makes you feel miserable. My colleague -and fellow Temple alum- Jessica Lawlor has a great e-newsletter that you can subscribe to on her website. In Monday's newsletter, she discussed pushing through despite personal setbacks. She wrote:… Continue reading Monday Minute: Setbacks into Accomplishments
"I've got a beat up glove... a homemade bat... and a brand new pair of shoes. I think it's time to give this game a ride!"- Centerfield, John Fogerty. It's one of my favorite days of the year, OPENING DAY! Everyone is perfect to start... including the New York Mets. But how can Opening Day… Continue reading Monday Minute- Opening Day
We all see the importance of staying relevant as PR pros, social media managers and marketing directors. But, how can you stay relevant in these changing times? Here's my latest Monday Minute to explain. How do you stay relevant? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter, @JasMollica.