I died, see page 56

May 17, 2016
I Died, See Page 56

That’s a real grabber, no? It was the best headline I ever read. A teaser for a first-person account from a guy whose heart had stopped while out hiking, and was then resuscitated on the side of a mountain. It claimed my attention, compelled me to read on, and has ever since served as a […]

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Most people fail as speakers simply because they don’t know the tips and tricks of great speech-giving. They don’t understand how to grab attention, connect thoughts, establish credibility, and deliver the goods in powerful, unforgettable ways. So never fear, anyone can give a masterful speech by simply following some basic tenets: Know your audience. How […]

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What the heck was the Senator and eye surgeon from Kentucky thinking when he broke the cardinal rule of spin and attacked the media? Get a grip guy. In this game, everyone learns early that there’s no grass to green by criticizing your interrogator. And Rand Paul only wasted precious time by lecturing Today Show […]

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I got schooled last night. Bloomberg’s Charlie Rose was interviewing Leon Wieseltier, the former literary editor of The New Republic, the liberal journal of arts and culture. I had only followed TNR’s implosion from a distance, intrigued by its owner, Chris Hughes, whose net worth hangs at about $1 billion thanks to having been a […]

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Photo (CC-BY-2.0) Keoni Cabral on Flickr. This post was written by Mike Lizun, Senior Vice President Every tech company wants and needs exposure to win customers, sell products, and distinguish itself from the competition. But what does it take to land a tech-related story in the national media? I’ve been interviewing some of the nation’s top tech editors […]

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Rarely do I address local issues here on Gregarious, but what’s happening now in Philadelphia is just too rich to ignore. As coach Chip Kelly deconstructs our beloved Philadelphia Eagles, he is making any number of classic communications errors. Whether ridding the team of some of the NFL’s finest talent — LeSean McCoy, Jeremy Maclin, […]

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This post was written by Katie Lamb, Assistant Account Executive I started off at Gregory FCA, as so many do, as an intern the summer before my senior year of college. My experience during the summer was incredible as I gained real-world experience working on a wide variety of projects, interacting with clients, and learning […]

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The results of a sentiment study performed by Gregory FCA show that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu significantly improved his image and reputation with the American public after speaking before Congress this week. The study, which was conducted by Gregory FCA using Sysomos, a leading social analytic and online monitoring platform, found that positive sentiment […]

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The anti-vaxers movement represents a deadly new attack in the war on science. This time, it’s being waged disproportionally by the left, among an affluent, well-educated army of science deniers, spurred on by Jim Carrey, Jenny McCarthy, Bill Maher, and a slew of other Hollywood celebrities. They are particularly dangerous in that they can’t be […]

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This post was written by Mike Lizun, Senior Vice President The big game is just a few days away. Football fans are hoping for a game that isn’t over in the first half. Casual fans will tune in for the other big show, the commercials. And PR teams are refreshing social feeds in search of […]

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This post was written by Denise DiMeglio, Vice President The secret to CES success is a good battle plan. Walking the aisles and aisles of companies established and brand new, exciting and confusing, weird and jaw dropping, you can instantly tell who’s ready to walk away with media momentum and who will return back home […]

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