A day in the life of HL Group cofounder Lynn Tesoro.
The White House gave me a profound sense of the possible and an unparalleled education on how policies get made - or don't get made.
Christian Averill, VP of global communications, BitTorrent, explains the three laws he still adheres to and also gives insight into the sci-fi novel he's writing.
The habits of Kathleen Henson, founder and CEO, Henson Consulting
Michael Sherman, VP of corporate communications, Christie's Real Estate, shares his morning ritual and what he would do if he ruled the world for a day.
Paula Davis, VP, corporate affairs and comms, Harman, discusses career lessons, SNL sketches, and why she loves Chicago.
Tom Buontempo, president, Attention/kbs+ Content Labs, discusses a memorable career lesson, his favorite place to do business, and how he draws coworkers to his desk.
Diane Castro, VP of corporate comms, NuvoTV and Fuse, discusses regrets, career achievements, and how she stays calm in the workplace.
Rodrigo Coronel, D Brand PR Guy, KFC, shares his career lessons and how he stays on top of social media trends.
Janet Riccio, EVP at Omnicom Group and dean of Omnicom University, shares her daily routine, best career advice, and guilty TV pleasure.
Ronda Scott, senior director of communications and content, Evernote, discusses Star Wars, second guessing, and apps.
VP of marketing, Boots USA
Tim Fry, chair of the global technology practice, Weber Shandwick, discusses folding bicycles, memorial bars, the Seattle Space Needle, and more.
Murphy O'Brien PR chairman and CEO Karen Murphy O'Brien discusses Frank Sinatra, the return of 24, and her ideal day off.
Tara-Nicholle Nelson, VP, marketing at MyFitnessPal talks about Android phones, her dogs, and Giuliana and Bill.
My mornings seem to have more in common with a manhunt or perhaps the long-running TV series The Amazing Race.
Someone I used to work for once said to me that "efforts don't matter, results do."
Sometimes you might not have all the information, but people look to you for decisions, direction, and guidance.
Don't ever sell yourself short. Don't ever aim low.
The late Donald Murray, my Pulitzer Prize-winning professor at the University of New Hampshire, shared some advice that I have never forgotten.