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Dangerous — or Not?

I find myself using the phrase, “This could be highly dangerous,” on occasion. This comes up in different scenarios, such as taking a break from my desk to walk outside to the patio on a pleasant day, sitting down in a lounge chair and enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. And I think to myself…

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Our President Just Got a Bit Smarter

Sue Voyles, president of Logos Communications, Inc., recently received a Certificate of Entrepreneurship from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program. She joins the ranks of approximately 6,000 program alumni nationally. Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is a program for small businesses that links learning to action. Through the program, participants gain practical skills in…

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Having a Super Hero on Your Side

People who know me well know that I love super hero movies. The Avengers, X-Men, Batman, Superman. If a blockbuster super hero movie is coming out, I will be there! There’s something about those movies that resonates with me. I like seeing the good guys prevail. I like knowing that there’s someone out there fighting…

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Logos Communication Earns National Certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise

Logos Communications, Inc., a business specializing in public relations, marketing, writing, social media, and communications training, received national certification as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Great Lakes Women’s Business Council, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). “This is an important designation for our firm and we are pleased…

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What About LinkedIn?

Yes, you are on Facebook – just like the rest of the world (or at least it feels that way). But what about LinkedIn? Chances are you have a profile, but when was the last time you: Updated your photo? Created a post for the LinkedIn Pulse feed? Checked to make sure all your contact…

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Everybody’s Watching

In today’s reality-TV, social media connected, 24/7 news reported, text-ready, always-on world, it can feel like everybody’s watching everyone else all the time. In a crisis scenario, people are watching you, your company, and your employees. Your professional reputation is under a microscope and the pressure is intense. It’s what you do next that matters….

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Does Your Company Care?

More and more these days we hear that Millennials want to work for companies that ‘make a difference.’ Companies That Care Day, celebrated March 17, 2016, is one event that encourages employers to focus on community initiatives and recognize the people who make their companies successful. It’s a Day that seems to be tailor-made for…

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Multi-tasking, the Myth

You’ve probably heard of MythBusters, the Discovery channel show that is now in its farewell season . When my kids were growing up, they were big MythBuster fans (what kid can resist watching things blow up or getting flattened like a pancake?). I personally like the idea of busting myths. There seems to be many…

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‘Appreciate’ Employees with Training

Your business will thank you. You’ve certainly hear of Administrative Professionals Day, but what about Employee Appreciation Day? Employee Appreciation Day – always the first Friday in March – was founded more than 20 years ago by Dr. Bob Nelson, author of “1001 Ways to Reward Employees” and other books on topics ranging from recognition…

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Who Are You Representing?

This blog may cause some of my fellow publicists to cringe, but I have to ask the question: Who are you representing? One of my pet peeves in the PR business is public relations firms that promote themselves in the media instead of their clients. What gives? Aren’t they being paid to get press coverage…

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