Don’t Gush Over Top Celebrities In a Coaching Session

 

When coaching celebrities, it’s important to be respectful of their talent. Gushing over them or asking for their autograph is counterproductive.

If a celebrity spokesperson has been booked for your product launch or PR program, he will most likely need message training. And whether you, or an external coach, is conducting the training, it’s

Getting Fit for a Presentation Mentally, Physically and Emotionally

Being prepared to speak is about more than simply the words you’re going to say. You need to be mentally, physically and emotionally fit to make a positive first impression. There aren’t any do-overs in a presentation.

Develop Mental Toughness

It’s important to take care of yourself at every level. Being fit includes building mental

Has the Internet Changed What Reporters Are Looking for in a Story?

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Man Bites Dog

While the number of print newspapers and magazines is shrinking, the trend is more than offset by the proliferation of online media outlets. Think Huffington Post, online editions of print publications, and blogs.

At the end of 2012 Newsweek shut down its print edition and morphed into the online Daily

Tips to Remember That Name When You’re Drawing a Blank

Have you ever been at an event and started to introduce your boss to a Very Important Person and then, out of the blue, you couldn’t remember the VIP’s name? You’re a rare and lucky person if that hasn’t happened to you.

What do you do? How do you recover and save face?

It’s