While PR men are paid to lie, some of them lie to get paid!Adma Smith
Well. first of all, as a professional PR professional, I always take my work home. This was why I’ve spent all my Sunday drawing caricatures of one of my current clients, and his team.
That was fun!
But let me tell you one more thing – it’s never easy to be as fond of your clients at home as you’re (pretending to be) at work.
For me, after more than 30 years of work in the industry of a top-tier flattery & lies, some of my clients have really become something that I can probably call a personal meme…
So, disillusioned with my work routine while baking an apple pie in the evening, I’ve decided to put up this blog post.
But, as my college teacher once put it quite brilliantly: