PR for People Monthly August 2017 - Page 7

AUGUST– in – Brief

From Colorado Edith Lynn Beer covers racism in all its incarnations. “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never break me.” This old English adage, dating back to the 1800’s, is naïve, very naïve.

From Nebraska Kindra Foster writes about Holly Kaiser, who is flourishing in the travel business in—

In Dark Times Gone: This Travel Agency Survived

From New York City Where’s Wali? Patricia Vaccarino catches up with Wali Collins while he’s on the road to Waterloo, New York.

From Texas Anna Faktorovich, Ph.D., founder of the Anaphora Literary Press, writes about the strong reasoning underlying her drive and passion to startup a publishing company.

From Seattle Patricia Vaccarino offers some different takes on entrepreneurs.

Would Boudica wear Spanx?

Key Traits of Entrepreneurs

Mogul Entrepreneurs: The Appetite of Genghis Khan

Developing a Strong Environment for Entrepreneurial Risk

Media Bitch loves a good knife fight!

From San Francisco Ron Flavin knows more than a thing or do about building a business and startups.

He has a talent for identifying potential revenue streams in any organization and implementing a plan to develop these new sources of revenue.

Linda Jay sparkles in Shimmery Iridescence.

From Wyoming, On the road to Denver Patricia Vaccarino stumbled upon startup eatery Country Burgers and for the first time in her life ate the best damn fried pickles.

From Cape Town, South Africa Our guest writer from South Africa, Bernadette Erasmus, covers the amazing Philanthropic startup in the story of James & the Journey of Uthando.

See the work of our regular monthly columnists:

Barbara Lloyd McMichael (on Books), Dean Landsman (on Digital Strategy), Bill Lulow (on Photography) and Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson (on Food).