Monthly Archives: July 2017

Greyson Kane

Senior Account Manager

Advertising, Gender Stereotypes, and Our Responsibility

This week, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA)—the UK’s regulator of advertising—launched an effort to crack down on ads that, through gender stereotyping, “might be potentially harmful to people.” It’s no secret that some of the ads we see every day display gender stereotypes. Think about it: How often do you see a commercial that shows […]

Five Ways to Stay Sane During Your Long Commute

So you’ve got a long commute? I feel you. When I started at Eckel & Vaughan, my commute increased from 40 minutes to a solid hour. And that’s without traffic. Fortunately, this only lasted for six weeks. Once we sold our house on the outskirts of town, we moved closer to the city and cut […]

McGavock Edwards, APR

Partner / Strategic Communications Director

Found: Fountain of Youth

I’ve found the Fountain of Youth. And, you can bet I’m drinking from the well. Good news is there’s enough to go around. Plenty. Henry Ford once said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” That’s right: The Fountain of Youth is available to all […]

Four Things Worth Talking About in Robert Cialdini’s “Pre-Suasion”

“Four Things Worth Talking About…” is a series of blog posts where we turn the tired, traditional book review on its head and instead focus on the four most powerful anecdotes, lessons, or observations contained in the book. Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade is the third book reviewed for this series. Overview: Robert Cialdini is […]