This past Thursday, I had the incredible opportunity to attend the First Annual Leadership & Lunch hosted on the campus of Olivet Nazarene University. This event was hosted by the Kankakee County Chamber of Commerce and featured keynote speaker Dr. John Bowling. Dr. John Bowling is Olivet Nazarene University’s University President. According to Olivet Nazarene … More Leadership & Lunch With Dr. John Bowling
Getting aquatinted in the field of public relations seems daunting to a hungry young professional. In the past couple weeks I have been in the process of applying for internships for the summer. I am determined to get one of these internships, however that means I have to make a name for myself. How can … More 5 tips For Young Professionals Who Want To Make a Name For Themselves
Last night, millions of Americans tuned into watch the “big game”. The New England Patriots defeated the Atlanta falcons in the fifty-first Super Bowl, however, not everyone tunes in to watch the game. Many people watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. As I watched both the game and the commercials, There was one commercial … More Making a Statement: Super Bowl Commercial
The Umbrella Effect I came across an article written by the Founder and CEO of Elevate My Brand, Laurel Mintz. This article was called “The Real Difference Between Marketing, Branding, PR, and Advertising”. Mintz talked about how marketing was the umbrella above branding, public relations, and advertising. I however, have to disagree. Heres why: Public … More The Umbrella Effect
Do you ever wonder what that little red heart is on peoples drivers licenses? Do you have the little red heart? Having this little red heart on your drivers license means that you are an Organ Donor. In attempt to raise awareness for Organ Donation, Rowan University puts on a yearly Public Relations competition called … More What does it take to win?
For the past 3 years, Mazda North American Operations has been holding a contest called “Drive for Good Non-profit Contest”. The Contest has been inspiring people to give back to their communities. The Grand Prize? Try 30,000 dollars. The 2016 recipient was a local (Chicago) non-profit called “My Block. My Hood. My City.”. This non-profit … More Giving Back: A Story Being Told
Its that time of year again… Time to get down the cookbooks that have been sitting in the cupboard and blow the dust off just to impress the family with some crappy cookies. Well no matter how hard you look, there is one recipe you will not find in your “cookbook”. In our lives we … More The Recipe for Success