Practicing personal PR and branding is one thing that professional communicators shouldn’t have to go to a boot camp to learn, right? But although your PR experience level may be high, there’s a myriad of ways put yourself out there, and make your personal brand resonate in a new way. Just ask Larry Thomas. For most of his career, Thomas promoted the brands of companies PR Newswire and Medialink (now Synaptic Digital). But a few years back he found himself on the business sidelines, waiting for a noncompete clause to expire.
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