5 Things I’m Doing to Have the Best Year Ever

This week’s blog was written by Bennis Inc's PR Assistant and Photographer, Danielle Gouger. Click here to learn more about Danielle’s passion and expertise! 5 Things I’m Doing to Have the Best Year Ever What defines a great year? For me, it’s challenging myself with new opportunities, improving my health and well-being and spending more … Continue reading 5 Things I’m Doing to Have the Best Year Ever

When an Introvert Takes a Family Vacation

The last week of June, we took a lovely family vacation to North Carolina where we enjoyed a week of fun in the sun with my parents, two sisters, their husbands and two toddlers. It was a full house! I wouldn’t trade these memories for anything in the world. However, this week was a reminder … Continue reading When an Introvert Takes a Family Vacation

The Most Dangerous Risk of All

Entrepreneurs are often given the credit for being the risk-takers. We are the ones pictured as taking the leap of faith and throwing our careers and concerns for stability aside to begin something all our own. While there is a great reward in store for those who make it to the other side, this comes … Continue reading The Most Dangerous Risk of All

Post-Vacation Panic: Tackling the Mountain of Emails

It feels great to be back! I hope you enjoyed a relaxing long weekend and celebration of Labor Day. But I hope you haven't enjoyed (too much) the small pause from the Bennis Inc Blog - because I'm excited to hit the ground running with some new posts I think you'll really enjoy. A two … Continue reading Post-Vacation Panic: Tackling the Mountain of Emails

Combining a Degree With Experience: Four Things College Students Need To Do Before They Graduate

Bennis Inc is pleased to welcome another guest blogger this week! As college students around the world make their final push toward the end of the fall semester, final exams, holidays and a month-long break from school may be at the forefront of their minds. But as you enjoy the upcoming winter break, consider this … Continue reading Combining a Degree With Experience: Four Things College Students Need To Do Before They Graduate

Making Time to Live

Before I officially took off the training wheels and launched Bennis Public Relations, Inc nearly two months ago, I found my mind often fantasizing about the free and flexible time I might have as my own boss. I could make weekly trips to the farmer’s market, eat lunch on a park bench by the river … Continue reading Making Time to Live

Last Glimpse of Summer

I'm taking a brief hiatus from blogging this week, but in the meantime enjoy some images of my last glimpse of summer before I inevitably springboard head-first into Autumn. And I think after seeing these, you'll understand my reasons for the blogging break....

A Month of Independence: A reflection of where one month has led me since my biggest life change

It’s been once month since my blog post Independence Day which received a lot of encouragement and words of wisdom. Having declared July 15th as my personal independence day has provided me with a date and a benchmark that I will forever be able to look back on and see where one month, one year … Continue reading A Month of Independence: A reflection of where one month has led me since my biggest life change

Strive for Progress Not Perfection

Somewhere between the extended angle and twisted crescent pose, my yoga instructor said "Strive for progress not perfection." And I immediately fell in love with the mantra. Before hearing this phrase on Tuesday, I would wake up with an arm's length list of to-do's that left me racing against the clock throughout the day and … Continue reading Strive for Progress Not Perfection

When You Don’t Plan Everything, Everything Goes As Planned

I just took my first real vacation for the first time in two years. I’m used to working, or at least having some obligation, every day of the week—even including evenings and weekends.  It wasn’t healthy. Because of this ridiculous schedule, I would plan out everything the night before, from what clothes I would wear … Continue reading When You Don’t Plan Everything, Everything Goes As Planned