#Read3: Jan. 19, 2014

Happy Sunday, America!

Only a few weeks in, this year has gotten off to a remarkably good — but cautiously optimistic — start. Little by little, I can see that this year is shaping up to be a better year than the last two. Hope this new year is starting off well for you too.

Let’s take a look at this week’s #Read3.


  1. 5 Ways To Make Your 2014 New Year’s Resolutions Stick – Over on Philly Blog Love, Jessica Lawlor shares how you can realistically hold yourself to the new year’s resolutions you have set for yourself. As for myself, I set expectations instead of resolutions. See what works for you.
  2. Is Obamacare Readable? – Ann Wylie examines whether the outreach efforts for the Affordable Care Act — more commonly known as Obamacare — and its messaging is being conducted in a way that both the outreach workers and the general public can understand. It is a large, complex law that will take time to work. Messaging is one of the first key steps to success.
  3. Truth-Telling: A Return To Ethical Communication – Kirk Hazlett shares how ethics is the key to building better reputations for public relations professionals. So many professionals that don’t follow ethical guidelines get in trouble, as a result. Let’s make sure everyone does the right thing.

Have a wonderful week, everyone!


2 thoughts on “#Read3: Jan. 19, 2014

  1. Thanks for sharing my post, Simon!

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