From The Rock

Keep your mind open and your chin up: Advice before entering college

By | July 03, 2014

Before you embark on the college journey, there are a few things that you need to be aware of. But, before I dive into my advice for incoming college freshmen, let me share a story about my college experience. After graduating high school, I was so incredibly sure of myself.... Read More »

Kelli’s Top 10 Memes

By | February 17, 2016

If you ask some of my co-workers at Obsidian, they would probably tell you I’ve got a lolcat for every occasion. But if I’m being honest, we all have a few choice memes that make their way around our office now and then. To celebrate Obsidian’s 10th anniversary, here are... Read More »

Kerri’s Top 10 “Elements” of Obsidian

By | February 12, 2016

Click on the image to enlarge. Here are a few of the things that I periodically think make us who we are! – Kerri ‪#‎PunIntended‬

Lauren’s Top 10 Times Our Team Had Tons of Fun

By | February 15, 2016

Part of my job as the culture ambassador is to plan meaningful team-building events where we all come together to simply have fun, give back through volunteering or take time to eat lunch at monthly potlucks. So, naturally, for my 10th anniversary social media takeover, I had to go with... Read More »

Let’s Do Lunch

By | November 10, 2016

It’s probably safe to assume that many of us enjoy taking our lunch break. This precious time of day not only fills the void left by an absent breakfast, but it also allows us to step away from the hustle and bustle of the office. We all need a quick... Read More »

Life after college: A few tips for adjusting to the ‘real world’

By | June 14, 2013

As a recent graduate of Louisiana State University, the transition from college life to the so-called real world has been a reality check. Thinking back to the past two weeks since graduation, I’ve discovered some of the realities that I’d like share with you about this life transition. One of... Read More »

Make your workday work for you: Tips for becoming a productivity pro

By | January 04, 2017

Who ever feels like you’ve done so much in a day, yet you’ve really accomplished very little? I’m raising my hand. The nature of business these days is such that professionals can spend the majority of the workday answering emails and on phone calls. That leaves very little time to... Read More »

Mastering the climb of the PR agency ladder, rung by rung

By | April 30, 2017

For the most part, you will find a similar structure at many public relations agencies. The size of the firm can sometimes have an impact on the number and level of positions offered, as can the type of services and specialties the firm offers. However, as noted in this helpful... Read More »

Memphis is a (business) woman’s world

By | October 03, 2018

In case you missed it, American Express recently released their State of Women-Owned Businesses Report. The findings hone a positive spotlight on Memphis and the state of Tennessee, both of which ranked within the top 10 for area women-owned business growth. As a woman-owned firm that also employees an all-female... Read More »

Not Your Average Cover Letter

By | November 20, 2014

“The grandest seduction of all is the myth that doing everything better gets us where we want to be. It gets us somewhere, certainly, but not anywhere worth being.” ― Shauna Niequist As my journey as an intern comes to a close, my human nature keeps leaping to the next... Read More »