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@Carmelo I don't think he's calling for a new industry, I think savvy consumers determine the climate.
1 year, 3 months ago on Self-Hating PR Pros and the Change in Industry
Ugh i want to scream!!! The Keywords KILL ME!!!
1 year, 4 months ago on SEO Search Engine Optimization for Blogs
I really don't understand the problem with the community and school. You go to school, follow the curriculum and learn as much as you can. Then you apply what you've learned and attempt to improve and learn more. NOT ROCKET SCIENCES.
2 years ago on #project365: Learning Does Not End When You Finish School
Jk Allen No you didn't ha ha you made me laugh. So funny how our lives are similar. My husband wanted to rent an RV and take me to the grand canyon in a couple weeks. Guess what? I said no!! No, he wouldn't dare go without me. My reasoning is its too hot this time of year. At the same token after your Disney trip I tried to get him to take us. He said NO!! Well enjoy sleeping with the bugs. ha ha ha
2 years, 5 months ago on Do You Feel Guilty When You Say No?
I say yes often, can't say that I want to say no. I'm a good friend and I like helping others. So I think its ok to say yes. Now regarding the telemarketers. You are not doing them a favor by listening. Interrupt tell them you understand the law of number, so its important that they dial as many numbers and possible. You don't want to waste their time. Say good bye.
You are absolutely right. Often the client would like to exert the least amount of effort and input as possible. They will put the project or function totally in the hands of said professional. There is a fine line between macro and micro management. I on the other hand need to have a thorough understanding of all aspect of my business. At times to my detriment, because of course time is money.
2 years, 8 months ago on PR’s Problem Is A Familiar One
Wonderful Wonderful ideas. Great way of making long lasting relationships on twitter.
3 years ago on Twitter: 15 Ways to Stay Interesting
Love the ShoeBox idea, but may have some concerns about securing person info??
3 years ago on 6 Fantastic Online Tools For Your Entrepreneur's Toolkit
LFJeremy myleftone I can appreciate your position but I believe its situations specific. May I ask, what feeling, emotions or inference do you draw from my logo?
3 years, 2 months ago on New Gap Logo Deserves Applause
LFJeremy myleftone I disagree a logo can very much make a brand. Buying decision are based on how things make us feel. A logo can evoke feelings and emotions.
I believe the uproar is more about brand recognition than changing technology. The Gap brand represents function, quality and "Classic" American image. Yes, the current trends are growth, technology and innovation. But there is something about feeling safe and familiar. As a part of generation X, I truly appreciate growth and change. Yet, I am also concerned about the ideas that what is old and familiar is no longer useful. #imjustayin