I first learned how to tell a story as a young reporter for The Palm Beach Post. And I’ve been telling them here in South Florida ever since. At first, for the companies with whom I’ve been employed. And, now, for my own clients.
I told the story of an international holding company for five years, as its Communications Manager. Then I told the story of a public company that developed upscale residential and hotel projects, as its Senior Marketing Director. And, finally, as Director of Public Relations for a large public company involved in recruiting and management consulting – in fields ranging from healthcare to real estate to employment-law to technology – I told its story for seven years.
Three years ago, I decided it was time to pursue my dream of being my own boss, and help other South Florida companies grow by telling their stories. Since then, I’ve worked with companies ranging from multi-national to single-practitioner. And since then, like many of you, I’ve learned what it’s like to lie awake at night, with a hundred details flying back and forth through your mind. I know what it is to sit up in bed at 3 a.m. with that sudden inspiration, and then to find yourself still sitting in front of your computer when the sun comes up. I know what it is to agonize over the smallest of details, and to constantly wonder about ROI – “Is this expense worth it? Will it bring me business?”
Every company has a story to tell. I can help you position your company’s unique story. And I can help you tell it.
When you call Winston Communications, you don’t get a junior practitioner. You get me. You’ll know exactly who will be doing your work – me. And – because I accept calls in the evenings and on weekends - you can reach me virtually 24/7 (even when one of those sudden night-time inspirations hits you!).
Your company does have a story to tell. And you’d better be telling it. Because your competition is telling theirs.
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Former Vice President, current member Board of Directors, Gold Coast Public Relations Council
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"South Florida" magazine, list of New Leaders for South Florida
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