Tag: Lynne Golodner

Should I Stop Caring?

When I created my business messaging and public relations business in 2007, I was a single mother with three young children, the economy was in a tailspin, and I believed scrappy hard work would allow me to prevail. It did. I used my writing and communication skills to empower businesses and nonprofits to tell their story, to reach more customers,… Read more →

The View Expands Your View

From the 21st floor of the 400 tower of Detroit’s Renaissance Center, the view takes your breath away. Today, I had the delight to meet with Terry Barclay, CEO of Inforum, in her office overlooking the Detroit River, the Ambassador Bridge, leafy green views of Windsor, Ontario and Detroit’s west side. Expansive, and far. Vast, and gorgeous. The water braided… Read more →

“Human Time”

In the current issue of MORE Magazine, journalist Lara Setrakian is featured, telling about her journey from a high-powered ABC News career to launching an entrepreneurial news company knowing as Deeply.org (SyriaDeeply.org, EbolaDeeply.org, ArcticDeeply.org). The last paragraph of the article is what stood out to me. Not that she started a successful venture or had a notable news career. This:… Read more →