How to make local listeners care about your story
successful stories started strong by quickly helping listeners understand what the story means for their communities.
Exacerbating this problem, elite professional organizations deliberately set out to identify and recruit “insecure overachievers” —
we should take back the reins: when our smartphones aren’t directly necessary, and when being fully cognitively available is important, setting aside a period of time to put them away — in another room — can be quite valuable.
Great advice I need to work on embracing!
Become immune to the impact of others’ opinion and stand naked in a crowd of ideas;
this report is a must-read for any PR professor. Check out Dr. Freberg's highlights.
a great twist to the influencer assignment, Dr. Freberg turns her students into influencers
Could be a game changer
A must read for anyone with kids.
a must-read for anybody who is a professional communicator
Teaching a research class?
I use this same approach in my classes to curb distracted cell phone use.
I know I struggle with it sometimes.
An interesting counter argument to some of the headlines we have been seeing.
try to get the most out of the time they invest in reading.
I'm working on it!