Day after the Oklahoma primary elections with multiple run-off races set for late August. Some notes:
That’s right, I made the bold prediction. The OKC Thunder are going to shock the NBA world and win in the 1st round of the upcoming playoffs.
“Spin doctor” or “wordsmith” or the even less appealing, “fixer” have been phrases used to describe the public relations industry.
There is no better feeling than being on top of a mountain. The crisp air, the silence around you, the sense of accomplishment and the 4-year-old tugging at you to look at the big rocks! When putting my thoughts together about this experience, I came across a quote from mountain climber Rusty Baillie: “In the mountains there are only two grades: You can either do it, or you can’t.”
Many times when I meet with prospective clients, there is a panic in their voice when they say, “We don’t have a crisis plan.” and are concerned about what would happen to their organization should something adverse happen.
My advice is to remind them that this is why they have me.
Many of my friends from college and now the professional world always snicker (or make fun of me) when I tell them I am literally from the “Home of Sliced Bread.” However, it is true; I am originally from Chillicothe, Missouri, the rightful owner of that claim.
This year began a new odyssey as I started taking my son (Walker) to school most days as he began Pre-K downtown at John Rex Elementary School. So far, here are the four things my four-year-old has taught me about life.
Our republic and state are only as good as the participation of its citizens. As an American and an Oklahoman, it is our civic duty to invest in our future by voting. Here are four reasons why the 2016 election matters in Oklahoma.
When my son's teacher asked if I could come to his class and talk about my career, I casually said yes and thought to myself, "Talking to a classroom of Pre-K students should be a piece of cake..."