A common issue our generation is trying to cope with is work-life balance. For our parents’ generation, most people could survive on one income. At the same time, unions were born, giving way to the 9-5 work day.
In this episode, our hosts discuss the future of PR. Our industry is always changing, as professionals it is important to always be on top of what is new ? not to change our strategy every five minutes, but rather to ensure the tactics we use continue to connect with our audience.
I recently joined the team of Young PR Pros, a Canadian podcast for young professionals looking for advice, guidance, tips and tricks when starting their careers.
As a young professional myself, I’m happy to be a part of a team where I can learn a lot while still showing off my skills.
I’ve taken on the role of Audio Producer, making every episode sound as good as the advice it gives, and helping to develop the podcast to the next level of sound quality. On top of that, I’ve come in as the sort of ‘audience placebo’, taking part in each episode to help ensure that the advice and answers are answering the questions of listeners.
I’m incredibly excited to be a part of an internationally syndicated podcast, part of the FIR Podcast Network, with an established audience and a great message.