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Media’s Power

Mike Rice isn’t being fired for what he did. Mike Rice is being fired because what he did made the news. — Joe Sheehan (@joe_sheehan) ... Continue Reading →

Triple Crown Voice

Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera won baseball’s Triple Crown this last week.  I’m not sure people understand just how important a feat that was.  Some of ... Continue Reading →

Women Entrepreneurs Can Manage The Media

I recently had a great interview with Dr. Shannon Reece Shannon@drshannonreece.com about how women small business owners can better learn how to manage the media.  ... Continue Reading →

March Tip of the Month

When giving a presentation, be sure you, and not your power point, are seen as the “star” of the presentation. Continue Reading →

Know the Foundation of Your Corporate Voice

With so many corporate voices showcasing themselves over the past couple of weeks (Gingrich, Romney, Giants, Patriots, Wendy’s, Tiger),  it’s a good time to remind ... Continue Reading →

What Will Joe Paterno’s Final Corporate Voice Be?

Sad news today about the death of Joe Paterno–the coach who won more games than anyone in NCAA football history and until recently one of the most revered ... Continue Reading →

Your Corporate Voice Can Have Dramatic Effects: Just Ask Jim Tressel

Last Monday’s news about former Ohio State University’s Coach Tressel resigning created a lot of  phone calls, texts and emails for me.  One big reason ... Continue Reading →

Verlander’s No-Hitter Mediatude Even Better The Second Time Around

In the world of professional sports, it’s often hard to write about positive corporate voices and positive mediatude.  But for Detroit Tigers’ Justin Verlander, it’s ... Continue Reading →