DRPR has a deep background in energy, sustainability and building technology. We prefer to assist clients who are saving the world in their own fashion whether it is one garden, one solar panel, or one roll of insulation at a time. Working together we can make a difference.
I like journalists. They're smart and they work hard. If you treat them with respect, read their work, and make an effort to understand their interests, you'll probably get a chance to tell your story. Treat them like just another name at the end of your press release assembly line, and don't be surprised if they aren't interested in what you're selling.
Nothing beats telling your own story in a personal, friendly manner. As long as you're friendly and personable... A blog is a great way to relate to the world around you. Customers, partners, employees, and your mom will all appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts and ideas. It's a new way to communicate that can build trust and a reservoir of good will. Just don't take your readers for granted. We can get you started, help you manage your blogging time and keep your posts current, and help with your search engine optimization. We like WordPress, but TypePad and Blogger are good tools as well.
Life is a project. We have the two key moments of birth and death for milestones. Toss in a few smaller milestones like a marriage, some kids, and a couple of major career and household moves in the middle, and you've got yourself a nice project. Not too many people think of their life as a project, but sometimes the best or only way to manage something is with project tools. Fortunately DRPR is around to talk WBS, tasks, milestones, Gantt, resources, and critical path to your bank, your builder, or your project partners in the technical terms they'll understand. Keep in mind, of course, that our real project preference is not handling paperwork but talking to people and getting real world tasks completed.
Spinning your wheels isn't a good idea for anybody who wants to move quickly in a straight line. If you know where you are going and can apply all your energies to getting there, the trip can be remarkably short. Think strategically, plan tactically, and execute.
DRPR Rumor Headset. Genetically engineered speaker phone. Bullwinkle Wannabe Life's too short to take yourself seriously. Wear something silly. Laugh loudly in public. Embarrass your friends and children. Randomly pay somebody's bridge toll. Pay for the next guy's lunch at a McDonald's drive through. (credit where it's due) Talk to the homeless. Eat what you like. Treat yourself kindly. Help little old ladies across the street. Smile and say thank you to all service people everywhere. Finally, tip the hotel maids. They deserve at least $3....I'm watching you on this one.