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I am sure
we can all think back to our childhood and find that one relative who shared
sage advice in the form of idioms, adages or old family sayings. For
some, we may have daily reminders of the value of a positive attitude,
perspective and team spirit through those friendly human resource posters
depicting scenic views and motivational sayings.
poster says, “If life gives you lemons, make lemonade.”
professionals we have the innate ability to plan to the tiniest detail, but we
must also have the ability to adapt to the changing environment – and be
countless hours designing programs using appropriate strategies, research,
tactics, and technology which could change in a blink of an eye. By keeping our
eyes on top of our ever evolving industry through new media platforms, software
and services we are able to be at our best.
our members revamp their PR Toolkits, our Chapter has added a new newsletter
column, “I would be lost without...” which provides tips, tricks and tools to
help our colleagues make lemonade out of those daily lemons!
Simple though they may be, here are
a few helpful tools I use to get me through the day:
Dropbox - Simplify
your life. Dropbox is a free service that lets
you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. Never
email yourself a file again!
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