Have you ever thought that one day you could be a super genius and make everything in your mind happen?
Any of you have creative idea of how to explain public relations to kids?
This article written by Reynerd Dwi Putra, an intern in Praxis
Event or exhibition is not PR job.. Wait... what? Re-think again!
Some of my colleagues told me “Life must be easy as a consultant. You arrive at the office at nine, wearing comfy jeans, a T-shirt and sneakers.” I always smile whenever people say that to me and tell them “Of course! Why don’t you join one? I’ll be your client.”
Before I get started, can we all agree that coffee is God’s greatest gift to humankind? I honestly feel depresso if I haven’t had my shot of espresso.
Well, have you seen the movie? If you have, I bet you guys laughed out loud when you saw sloths laughing in slow-motion. But in the end, Sloth, the slowest animal in the world, is the one who gets to drive a fancy sports car and gets ticketed for a traffic violation.
Will good media relations really save your life? We’ll see! Once, in a Work in Progress session, a senior consultant at Praxis said, “One of the most important things in public relations is to build good relations with journalists.” This is so true!
Put your aim at your own objective and knock it off.
“Aw man, I see Mario Teguh on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Line Today, blogs, print media, online media, and now THIS WEBSITE??” Whoa, calm down, dude! Gossips, rumors, and drama aside, let’s face it: this is indeed an interesting case for PR practitioners and PR enthusiasts alike.