A common issue our generation is trying to cope with is work-life balance. For our parents’ generation, most people could survive on one income. At the same time, unions were born, giving way to the 9-5 work day. That reality Continue reading Episode 118: What is work-life balance?
In this episode, our hosts discuss the future of PR. Our industry is always changing, as professionals it is important to always be on top of what is new ? not to change our strategy every five minutes, but rather Continue reading Episode 117: The Future of PR
Kristine shares a story about getting caught with an unlicensed image on her blog. She was sent a letter from a lawyer and had to pay a fee. The image was from a post published in 2011, she had just Continue reading Episode #116: Concrete Steps to Help Learn from your Mistakes
In honour of the traditional 1900s English Christmas carol, or for those born in the 80s – the Bob and Doug Christmas classic, we thought we would do our own 12 Days of Christmas. Listen to the full episode to Continue reading Episode #115: The 12 PR Days of Christmas
One of the benefits of working in the industry of public relations, communications and marketing is the ability to be creative. We work in a unique world where our job is to find creative ways to tell a story. In Continue reading Episode #114: How to be Creative
The average person will make a career change approximately five to seven times during their working life. With an ever increasing number of different career choices, about 1/3 of the total workforce will now change jobs every 12 months. By Continue reading Episode #113: Making career choices
Written by: Kristine D’Arbelles Welcome to Young PR Pro’s first ever book report. Just like when you were in elementary school, I will present a book report, complete with main characters, plot summaries and lessons learned, but without the anxiety Continue reading Book Report: No Fears, No Excuses
Once upon a time, there lived this driven young man who dreamed about becoming an entrepreneur. One day, he used all his allowance to purchase different coloured do-rags and sell them out of his locker at school, turning his allowance Continue reading Episode #112: The Entrepreneur’s Show