This was a dead-end year with lots of learnings.
The year of the mid-life crisis. Review format inspired by James Clear.
It's popular to write bucket lists of things to do before you die. But why not also write a fucket list of things never to try?
Not my best year, but I got a nice award. Review format inspired by James Clear.
Doctor Spin (Jerry Silfwer) is awarded Cision's 2016 PR Influencer of the Year Award — CPRIA.
Public relations on TEDx: Why brands should target a stupid majority to attract the active support of a smart minority.
Why I rarely answer unscheduled phone calls — here's my official phone policy.
The year when I decluttered my life.
This is my morning routine, including the use of nootropics, image-streaming, and soundwave meditation.
The year when Jack came along and changed everything.
From April of 2013, I will be entering a new professional role. My agency will go under the name Spin Factory.
Not many in our line of business would confess to this, but I for one don't like to sell. This could be a problem for most.
The apocalypse is upon us and we all have to rely on our skills. As PR professionals, what are our chances of survival?
The acceleration theory on why it's less important to reach maximum velocity fast, and more important to prolong the acceleration phase.
My first mobile phone was a Nokia 1611 — and I loved it. But my history teacher had something to say about it.
I'm an introvert and I'd like to see all myths about introverts debunked. Because most people have the wrong idea about us.
It's time that the United Nations and all democracies declared net neutrality and internet access to be basic human rights.
You must seek the role of a servant to the person you're helping, a challenging proposition for anyone in a position of superiority.
I used to hate brainstorming sessions, so I studied how creativity works in the brain and developed a process based on physical feedback to improve.
Some tweets are just worth saving.