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November 04, 2006

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as with most things these days, it's not about the technology (i'm sure my enamourment with two screens and a laptop will wear off soon) it's about the people.

the people you work with, the people you work for and the people you deal with everyday.

Absolutely. I love getting out there and spreading the message to our clients, prospects and employees that PR has changed for the better..

Travelling? Urrgh! Fame? Blah!

Technorati tinkering? You bet!

I’m in agreement with Ed Lee, it’s definitely the people who I work with. PR is more interesting than most jobs but it’s not without its down sides and it is the people who you spend your day with who can make it easier, more interesting or more fun – they’re the ones who will put a smile on your face at the end of the day whether just by making you laugh or showing appreciation of good work. Although the downstairs bar does sound like a good idea.

Duvet days. We need duvet days.

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