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Bully This: Cyber Attacks Set Bad Example

Cyberbullying is defined as: “The use of electronic communication to bully a person by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature.” It is out there and it is on the rise. Especially at risk, of course, are adolescents and teenagers. According to the Cyberbullying Research Center in fact, 33.8 percent of teens surveyed between … Continued

20 Years Later, Advice On Career Changes

March 13, 1998. 20 years ago. That was the day my career took a sharp turn, toward an unknown destination. 20 years ago. Although I had worked toward what I thought was a “Dream Job” since I was a young kid, life as a TV news producer just wasn’t for me anymore. It was affecting … Continued

Travel Tale Offers Customer Service Lessons For All

Social media is not a waste of time. Well, at least not always. That’s one of the top takeaways from the most frustrating travel ordeal of my life, topping the time in 2007 when a client and I had had to fly to Minneapolis to sleep in a hotel room in a water park for … Continued

TV Anchor Strums To Retirement With Legacy

As the wave of Baby Boomers leaving TV news while still at the top of their games continues, Stephen Clark wants his audience to know that he’s leaving WXYZ-TV in Detroit this week in a  scenario that is one-of-a-kind. After 16 years at the anchor desk, he told us last week “To me, Detroit has … Continued

Parkland, Florida: Out of the Mouths of Babes Comes Hope

Who are the kids and who are the adults in the room? In the aftermath of last week’s school shooting in Florida, the answer to that question has become readily apparent. The horror is terrible. The outrage palpable. Our elected officials culpable. The resolve of the students and parents of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School … Continued