From The Rock

Four Ways to Overcome Networking Hesitancy

By | November 30, 2016

Intentional networking is tricky and makes many of us feel uncomfortable. However, this professional necessity is not only for the extroverts. Everyone can become a successful networker by viewing the situation differently and incorporating these simple tips. Recognize the universal benefits. Do not feel guilty about networking. It is not... Read More »

4 Tips for Your Small Business Blog

By | August 17, 2016

If you are a small business owner [or if communications falls under your job description], you probably identify with one of these remarks: I don’t think I need a blog; I have been putting off starting a blog; I have a blog that is not doing so well; I have... Read More »

OBSIDIAN PR – an acrostic

By | February 29, 2016

Using the 10 letters that spell OBSIDIAN PR, I highlighted 10 of the qualities that I love about our firm. Open door policy – I literally had to look and see if my office even has a door because I’ve never closed it. Everybody here is fine with you walking... Read More »

Q&A with Obsidian interns Taylor and Jake

By | February 25, 2016

What advice would you give to others that want to land an internship somewhere like Obsidian? T: Any student can land an internship with an awesome firm like Obsidian by taking advantages of the opportunities that are presented to them, such as participating in university organization and events. J: If... Read More »

Smellevision: PR of The Future

By | January 21, 2016

In my first session of the 2015 PRSA ICON, entitled “Multi- Sensory Magic,” Mike McDougall addressed how scent, taste and touch will redefine immersive public relations. He laid the framework by sharing a few stats.   Now most of us, especially professional communicators such as myself, would like to think... Read More »