This version is professionally mastered, produced, and recorded by John Marshall Cleary, and performed/read by Peter Stormare, the classically-trained, globally popular actor.
So you want to work in PR? Does the idea of glamorous parties, open bars, and rubbing elbows with the rich and famous sound like an exciting career for you? Then neither this book nor a career in Public Relations are for you. This book will teach you all you need to know about public relations, from what to do on your first day at your desk to how to start your own PR agency. You'll learn the core skill of the business: pitching. It'll also tell you how to avoid becoming a buzzword-spitting automaton that the media will hate. Written by a PR veteran who has done it all - and made every mistake along the way - This Is How You Pitch is an honest, direct guidebook to Public Relations, how to survive your first years in the business, and how to turn it into a prosperous, fulfilling career.
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I would recommend this to anyone that has a blog or online eCommerce as well as people who need or want PR. I have a blog and was hoping to find more PR tips and tricks to help myself without needing to hire anyone else and I have a lot of ideas now.
There were a handful of memorable moments, one being people think being a PR means going to parties and hob nobbling with celebrities like Samantha Jones from sex in the city. I found that little part funny because I love that show.
I love his accent and he was fun to listen to. Learning the information by listening to someone else especially with an accent that you can understand makes it easier for me. He did a great job with reading the book and was very easy to understand.
I wouldn't recommend listening to this one in all one sitting, more then 5 hours is kinda a lot to take in with just one sitting. I'm not saying you cant but I would do it with 2-3.
- Cindy Rice