Let’s face it, we’ve all sat back at one point and thought, “Do I really have to work today?”. Whether it be a sunny Friday morning or a groggy Monday morning, we’ve all had days where we just don’t feel like it. So, how do we find motivation? What can you do to make work just a little more bearable? Maintaining a healthy work-life balance will prevent any sense of burnout or productivity loss, so start by doing these three things! Make small daily goals, build from there. At
Events are a huge part of working in the public relations industry, especially in hospitality PR. At HSC, we are constantly planning events for clients and it’s crucial to stay organized. Grand Opening parties can be particularly stressful because they are often the first impression of a client to guests and media. Luckily we have planned many grand openings with successes under our belts, and are sharing our top five tips to ensure that your grand opening goes as planned: 1.
Have you ever been curious to know what #TeamHSC actually does during the day? Well, keep on reading because we got the low down for you! We decided to do a short Q&A with some team members to give you a little look into how we run and what we do! Q: What is the first thing you do when you arrive in the morning? MacKenzie Osborne, Assistant Publicist: Once I take a seat at my desk in the morning, I check my emails and look at all my to-dos for the day. I write down everything
#Team HSC during a group brainstorming session. It can be difficult to constantly generate new ideas, especially in an ever-evolving and rapidly-changing field like PR or marketing. Which is why brainstorming sessions in the office can be very beneficial when you need to come up with new content or ideas. Here are three brainstorming exercises to help your team think outside the box. Question Brainstorming: Instead of coming up with ideas on the current topic, come up with qu