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Of Joe Paterno, Living Legends and Doing the Right Thing

I am not at all for living legends. Yes I believe in letting persons know how we feel about them when they are alive but the legend status should be reserved for the dead and the statutes and monuments erected long after you are gone so that your track record could be documented and debated and you are not around to make any faux pas after the statues are up.

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Corporate Citizenry

Recently I tried reaching a client on the telephone but no one was answering the telephone at the company. I wondered how busy the workers were that no one was answering. A few calls to almost all the extensions resulted in someone calling me back a few minutes later. I was informed that it was family day and no one other than the lady who answered was in office.

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The Office Administrator

Why is it that when people hear the job title Office Administrator, they tend to think that the person’s only duty is to sit behind a desk and answer the telephone? Not even a receptionist has that few duties.

Well for those of you who may not know, we office administrators also referred to as office managers, administrative managers and by other titles, do more than answer a telephone. As a matter of fact, we are the core of every successful business.

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I Protest. We are Creative!

While catching up on my reading, I came across the story “Creativity Crisis” in the Public Relations Society of America’s Strategist Journal, Spring 2012. It spoke of public relations professionals getting high marks from their executives and business leaders for their “relationship building, political acumen, compelling writing and good strategy”. For creativity however, they looked elsewhere.

This would probably explain why graphic design in Public Relations firms is so hard to sell. When I first started my business I was given all the pitfalls of having an in-house designer and a shopping list of pr agencies who had abandoned this position after a few tries.

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Are you busted?

I have always been pretty busty. From age 9 I was already in a bra and it seemed to me as if each year my breast grew larger and larger. During Secondary School I had to face the fact that my breasts were an unusual size for my age, which made me refrain from participating in any sporting exercise. As I got older my breasts always became an issue when it came to wearing certain clothes - paying high prices for one shirt. There was also the issue of occasional pains in my back and my breasts.

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