Everyone wants PR – or rather, everyone loves the idea of free publicity. After all, there is no better communications function for an organization as cost effective as public relations, even with a general uptick in the use of paid media as part of PR efforts. However, not all startup companies, organizations or individuals are making enough recurring profit to hire a PR firm.
We can gladly check off our first stop on the road for our Ultimate Coffee + Conversation, in Carlsbad, CA where our community was generously hosted in the warehouse of Tiffany and Chelsea of Witty Rentals. We had an amazing turnout of over forty women join us, their excitement in their smiles & their ears eagerly awaiting to hear the stories of our panelists.
For so long I compared myself to everyone around me.I was under the assumption that they were living the life I dreamt about. Making way more money and getting more recognition for their work. If you're like me, every time I get caught in this head space, I feel awful. I imagined these "successful" people having way more time, money and assistance than I did.
I think we all struggle with having the courage to take that first step.
The one that pushes us past our comfort zone. The one that might makes us fail (or succeed) at something. BUT, if you were to take the one question we all ask ourselves, "what could happen if I said yes?" and change it to "what could happen is I said NO?" we will know for sure whether it's worth taking that first step.