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Lessons From Grandma Moe on Her 80th Birthday

I’m usually more professional in nature on this blog, but today I feel it’s appropriate and proper to pause and write a post honoring my grandmother Darleen Moe.  Today is her 80th birthday – it’s the perfect occasion to celebrate her and all that she’s done for […]

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Refuting “Spin” and Portraying PR in the Proper Light

Last week, due especially to events in Washington, our profession came under fire again.  The general public once again was presented evidence that professional communicators are ruthless spin doctors whose only mission in life is to present whatever truths or “facts” they need to, in whatever light […]

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Applying Perspective to Business Communications

Last week, I wrote a couple of posts about the importance of honesty and integrity in communications and keeping everything in the proper perspective.  These are values being discussed an awful lot today, with everything happening in Washington (I’ve discussed this in those other posts).  But I […]

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Keep Communications in Perspective

A couple of days ago, I talked about the importance of honesty and integrity in communications today.  There’s one more thing that I think professional communicators need to pay close attention to going forward as well: perspective. Nowhere is this more evident or scrutinized today than in […]

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Sprenger Featured on MaccaPR Blog

Earlier today, an interview with Game Changer president (and new Minnesota PRSA president) Jason Sprenger was published on the MaccaPR Blog – one of the top blogs in the Minnesota PR scene.  The discussion focused on current trends in PR, various aspects of a PR career and […]

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Hey, NY: PR Isn’t Just Lobbying

Last week, in a 10-3 vote, an ethics advisory committee of the New York State Legislature passed a resolution that would require PR professionals who work with state officials to register – and therefore be categorized and listed accordingly – as lobbyists.  In addition, any/all communication that these PR professionals […]

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Reflecting on David Bowie

Reflecting on David Bowie

Music luminary David Bowie died over the weekend. Like I’m sure many of you may be, I’m saddened by the news. He definitely left his mark on the world with his music and his way of life. In Bowie’s honor, I thought I’d do a light-hearted post […]

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The Intern Chronicles – Kyle’s Final Entry

Well, this is it. I’m writing to you now on my last day as an intern at Game Changer Communications. It’s a weird sentence to type, especially when I think about all that’s happened in the last seven months. Here at Game Changer, we’ve added new clients, […]

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What We Can Apply to PR From…Jury Duty

What We Can Apply to PR From…Jury Duty

A couple of weeks ago, I was called on to do jury duty for the first time in my life.  Thanks to the large population and elaborate systems of the county I live in, I was only on call for two weeks – but I was still […]

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Sprenger and Umbrella Model Featured in Bulldog Reporter

Sprenger and Umbrella Model Featured in Bulldog Reporter

On September 21, 2015, Bulldog Reporter (a primary news outlet for the PR industry) published an article by Jason Sprenger explaining his new Umbrella Model of Public Relations. To read the story, click here.

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