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It’s Rare, But It Does Happen:  McPhilimy Conducts A Public Course on Public Relations

SIX ESSENTIAL PUBLIC RELATIONS SKILLS.  If you are ready for an intensive, action-packed learning experience on how to develop and implement a public relations program, here’s your chance.

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Tetris Leads to Brain Efficiency? Alrighty then

Admitting you have a problem is the first step.  Right?  Okay, I’m a Tetris addict.  And a Zuma addict.  And a Minesweeper addict.  I know what you are thinking, Bejeweled too?  No, not Bejeweled.  But the rest, definitely. 

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The Breakthrough Lab: Accelerate Your Visibility and Results

If you are ready for more visibility and a higher profile (or are just feeling stuck and wanting to “break out”) join me on Thursday, April 29, for a high-energy, high-impact evening session.  The cost, which includes refreshments and light appetizers, is only $25.  We will be gathering at The Catalyst Ranch, a delightful space just west of the Loop.

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A Public Course on Public Relations

If you are ready for an intensive, action-packed learning experience on how to develop and implement a public relations program, here’s your chance.

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Tiger’s Apology:  Accomplished At Least

Necessary and done.  That’s the briefest best I’ve got for Tiger Woods’ press conference yesterday.  Over-rehearsed some say.  Under-rehearsed is more like it.  My professional assessment is that he gave it three or four out-loud run-throughs.  Double that would be about right.  Good rehearsal means you’ve arrived at the point where you embody the message. You are the speech and the speech is you. 

To those who criticize his having a speechwriter work with him, I think he’d be crazy not to.  He’s a golfer not a rhetorician.  He needs to control his own message in this venue and not be making rambling, off-the-cuff remarks, as car-wreck fascinating as that might be. 

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