News is about who, what, where, when, and why, with why always being the most difficult question to answer. Why is also what ordinary individuals who get drafted into media turbulence ask after days of relentless pursuit by reporters and producers for every morsel of information.
Dear News Media While Donald Trump continues to minimize the importance of a free press, I’d like to thank you for demonstrating integrity during the City of Orlando’s darkest days. Orlando experienced three traumatic events where lives were lost, hearts were broken and a lovely community was forced to look evil and sorrow in the eye.
Dear Howard Shultz: Without question, you represent the epitome of entrepreneurship. Through your Starbucks organization, you have created a new culture for socially conscious business as well as for coffee and conversation.
At the risk of sounding self-serving, I am delighted to wish myself a very happy birthday as I celebrate my fifth year in business. I started Sara Brady Public Relations, Inc. with less than a proper dose of planning, but so far, so good.
This was to be my year of technology and learning to play the flute. I mastered neither. Lofty goals they were. Friends smarter than I consoled me with multiple validating reasons how failure is acceptable and not representative of my character.