Beckerman

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Generated 5 days ago

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 days ago

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  • Vive the Underground Railroad

    The problem with policy-driven political debates is that they blur the human element. A good case in point is a world-class piece of journalism in the most recent edition of the New Yorker. The post Vive the Underground Railroad appeared first on Beckerman.

Beckerman

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Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Making Informational Interviews Work

    In the spring, a young person’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of … “&*()(*&#$#@! It’s almost the end of the school year, and I don’t have an internship/job lined up yet!” The post Making Informational Interviews Work appeared first on Beckerman.

  • LALA DEFEATS MOONLIGHT?

    People are already saying La La Land won the popular vote and Moonlight won the electoral college. The post LALA DEFEATS MOONLIGHT? appeared first on Beckerman.

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

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  • Like shower beer, except with oranges…

    I recently came across an article on Vice about using oranges in the shower. Thinking it was going to be about the benefits of vitamin C, or possibly how the steam from the shower increases them, I clicked the headline to read more. The post Like shower beer, except with oranges… appeared first on Beckerman.

  • Media: Standing Sentinel for the Public

    What is the role of an independent media in a functional democracy? As former President George W. Bush put it this week, “We need an independent media to hold people like me to account.” The post Media: Standing Sentinel for the Public appeared first on Beckerman.

  • Refocusing the Immigration Debate

    There are strong arguments on both sides of the immigration debate. On the one hand, the president, in his role as Commander in Chief, has a constitutionally mandated obligation to fortify our national security. The post Refocusing the Immigration Debate appeared first on Beckerman.

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Heinz for the Win

    A friend of mine recently asked, “why do we need a commercial for ketchup when everybody knows Heinz exists?” The post Heinz for the Win appeared first on Beckerman.

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Training Tourists: A Primer on the Northeast Corridor

    Washington, D.C. and New York City can be confusing for tourists. The post Training Tourists: A Primer on the Northeast Corridor appeared first on Beckerman.

  • Jersey Journeys: Pleasant Surprises in “New York City’s Sixth Borough”

    As a resident of Manhattan, I rarely see the need to leave the borough, unless a plane or an Amtrak train is involved, and/or there is a promise of warm weather.  I’ll occasionally make exceptions for Brooklyn, if there’s a particular BAM production I want to see, and Queens for occasional get-togethers with friends who... Continue Reading The post Jersey Journeys: Pleasant Surprises in “New Yor...

  • OM for the Holidays

    Want to stay Zen during “the most wonderful time of the year” The post OM for the Holidays appeared first on Beckerman.

  • Joy and Pain: Teaching My Daughter to Ride Without Training Wheels

    My first inclination was to outsource this. My nine-year-old daughter is very comfortable in her ways and doesn’t always like daddy’s advice. Especially when it came to teaching her to ride a bike without training wheels. I get it. She wants to be independent. And here’s the fact of the matter: her bike is pink;... Continue Reading The post Joy and Pain: Teaching My Daughter to Ride Without Train...

  • Work Culture 2.0: All-Co-Everything

    We’ve experienced the evolution of the shared office space movement firsthand. The post Work Culture 2.0: All-Co-Everything appeared first on Beckerman.

  • Digital Dharma: MP3 Meditation

    I listen to it almost every day: to complete tasks, look inside myself, and feel at peace with the world. In short, this is meditation through mp3 The post Digital Dharma: MP3 Meditation appeared first on Beckerman.

  • What’s Technology Doing to Commercial Real Estate?

    This was originally published as a guest post on Real Estate Tech News. For years, the narrative about the commercial real estate industry’s relationship with technology was one of missed opportunity. While many business sectors quickly latched onto the technological revolution of the 1990s, commercial real estate professionals by and large maintained the status quo for their... Continue Reading ...

  • In Defense of Millennials

    In the business world, millennials have quite a bad rap.  According to Monster.com, perceptions of millennials in the workplace include: “They’re entitled.” “They want a trophy for showing up.” “They’re easily sidetracked by technology.” “They’re job hoppers.” “They want special privileges.” Sound familiar to any of you?  As I recall, there were similar criticisms of... Continue Reading The post ...

  • Bet You Can’t Run Just One

    I’ll be the first to say how much I hate running, but I also have to admit I’m sorry I won’t be running those 26.2 miles in the New York City Marathon on November 6. I ran my first marathon two years ago on a brisk November morning in Richmond, Virginia. My third was just... Continue Reading The post Bet You Can’t Run Just One appeared first on Beckerman.

  • Baseball’s Loveable Losers

    The 2016 World Series is a sentimentalist’s dream if there ever was one. The matchup pairs two perpetually downtrodden teams – the Cleveland Indians, who haven’t hoisted the trophy since the Truman administration, and the Chicago Cubs, the famously star-crossed franchise that last brought home a title the year the Model T was introduced. The... Continue Reading The post Baseball’s Loveable Losers...

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • What PR Pros Can Learn from Opera Singers (Yes, Really)

    Opera singers are among the hardest-working people I know.  Their work ethic in itself is a model for people in any industry.  But successful opera singers also demonstrate admirable behaviors and attitudes that are especially relevant to PR professionals.  Specifically: They Learn Languages Operas are in English, Italian, Russian, German, French and many other languages. ... Continue Reading The...

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • Fantasy Football Dos and Don’ts

      It’s that time of the year again… the time that tears friends and families apart. Fantasy Football Season. Here are some helpful Dos and Don’ts — for anyone from a die-hard football fan to a “they just needed one team more to make a league” player. Do your research… while the websites give you... Continue Reading The post Fantasy Football Dos and Don’ts appeared first on Beckerman.

  • On the Road (in 2016)

    This Summer, Tom Biegel, our IT Director, and I found ourselves in an American mid-sized SUV headed due west, embarked on a road trip to meet The Boss, then stationed in California for business. This is our story: It started around 8am on July 4 – an hour seen only by the depraved, the deranged,... Continue Reading The post On the Road (in 2016) appeared first on Beckerman.

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

Beckerman

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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