November, 2012

Social Media: The Key to Transforming Doctor-Patient Communication

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Your child has come down with a rasping cough. You put on your Dr. Mom hat, jump online and feverishly Google their symptoms, you check social media to see if any of your friend’s children are sick.

Terms of "Undearment" -- Words You Should Strike from Your Career Content

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In this age of personal branding and virtual knowledge, we all struggle with how to best describe our value, and the talents and abilities we bring to the party. And as we know instinctively, no amount of hyperbole or word inflation will mask our true character to people we know and who know us.

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Public Relations: It’s Called A ‘Profession’ For A Reason

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I’ve been dealing with a situation for the past few weeks involving a student who thought she wanted to “ ‘be’ in public relations.”. That is, until she found out that she was expected to actually do something besides sit at her desk or go to parties. To quote my hero, Homer Simpson, “D-Oh!”.

Sock Monkeys Against Cancer Reaches Tipping Point

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for lung cancer). Earlier this month, Jennifer Stauss Windrum wrote a moving guest post on her campaign to generate awareness around lung cancer. If you haven’t yet read it, please do go read it, because she tells her story much better than I ever could.

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How Facebook Could Become Irrelevant

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After surpassing 1 billion users this past month, Facebook has become an institution that appears to have some staying power. But there is a lingering issue that threatens Facebook’s dominance even more than advertising revenue and stockholder discontent.

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Toon Time: There’s No Place Like Home

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Erin Feldman is a writing coach at Write Right. Her background is in marketing communications and creative writing. When she isn’t busy helping people tell their stories, she spends her time writing poetry, drawing, reading, and running.

An Apology, A Wish and An Adventure

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The apology. I haven’t been here much lately. And I’m sorry. I truly am. To back up… you know I started a new job a while back, etc. And you have been really patient with me as I’ve been figuring out my new life. Because sometimes that takes… well, time. Right?

Better Late Than Never: Oct. 16 #measurePR transcript

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Editor’s note: I had to laugh when I read Jen Zingsheim’s qualifier at the start of this post. She apologizes for doing the recap late… yet here I am, posting it more than a month since this chat took place!