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PR Hack of the Week

Be a sponge

 

Never stop being curious because you can always learn something new every day.

 

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You can never have too much experience

 

There are skills that you can only learn from immersing yourself. There are always new opportunities and assignments to learn and grow from.

 

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Build on your goals

 

Once you set and complete your work or career goals, they shouldn’t end there. Building on your goals will help to continue your journey and increase your confidence.

 

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Put yourself in your client's shoes

 

Sometimes it can help to think like your client. Get to know your audience and their habits.

 

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Always disclose relationships

 

If you’re promoting an organization’s services and you have a relationship with that organization, you must disclose it. Whether it’s in public speaking, social media, or other communications, you have an ethical and regulatory obligation to do so.

 

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Be a resource

 

Always be eager to help or give any feedback. Different perspectives and opinions can help to overcome roadblocks or inspire new ideas.

 

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Get dressed everyday

 

When you look good, you feel good. When you feel good, you're more likely to accomplish things. Make it a habit to get dressed everyday even though you may be working remote.

 

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Take breaks

 

Stepping away from an assignment is okay as long as you come back to finish it. Take the time to go for a walk and come back recharged.

 

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Write down your list of must-dos for the day

 

Having a clear list of what you need to accomplish can save you time and frustration. Make each task specific so you're not trying to complete multiple things at the same time. It’s the difference between “do my homework” and “complete this assignment.”

 

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Punctuality is important

 

No matter the profession, you should always be on time. As the famous saying goes, “to be early is to be on time, to be on time is to be late, and to be late is to be left behind.”

 

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