I help business leaders refine their message and six-year-olds refine their tee-ball swing. The latter is more difficult.
When discussing communication strategy for a CSR campaign, the most common question I receive is, “Can you provide copy for our launch message?”
I don’t consider myself a great father because I’ve seen how bad I am at this in the moments that don’t make it to Facebook. But I know how hard I try and how difficult it can be sometimes. I assume most people with kids go through similar struggles.
This post originally appeared on the YourCause blog.
When Hurricane Harvey made landfall, we were ready. We launched disaster relief pages…
In a life of relative comfort, it sometimes takes loss to remind us how much we have, and make us take inventory of what makes us who we are.
Over the weekend, I learned of the passing of a high school classmate — Earl (“EJ”) Eggert.
I had been a teenager for nearly three days when my mother took her life.
I didn’t know anyone who had died by suicide, and neither did anyone else in my hometown of fewer than 3,000 people…
“Fellas,” I said in a tone far too serious for a baseball coach addressing 12-year-old boys, “in baseball — and in life — it always comes down to who wants it more.”