Date: 2018-02-17 18:59
I&rsquo m very honored to be a Cynopsis Buyers & Planners Honoree. I love what I do and it feels great to be recognized.
8. If your cell phone is with you at the dining table and everyone is texting while they're eating and no one is saying a word, you might have SMAD.
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After a cocktail hour of networking, mingling and mini-reunions, we got down to the business of saluting a television content (and eating dinner). Wendy Clark, CEO of DDB North America, presented the night's honorary Champion Award to EVP and Chief Agency, Sales & Marketing Officer of State Farm, Rand Harbert &ndash who made the announcement Clark had just been promoted to Global President and CEO. Other presenters included food enthusiast editor and host of Litton Entertainment's "Naturally, Danny Seo," Danny Seo, Jason Cameron, host of DIY Network&rsquo s Desperate Landscapes, and two breakout stars of VH6's "RuPaul's Drag Race," Alexis Michelle and Jiggly Caliente.
Thanks so much for this honor! I read Cynopsis every day and know that it is widely valued within the ad community. I am very excited to meet the other honorees in NYC.
Winners were asked to say which shows they&rsquo d like to see revived, and the audience applauded choices from Cheers to Taxi to Buffy the Vampire Slaye. But the focus of the night, of course, was on a stellar year for television, an evolving business that is grabbing audiences with content ranging from from innovative, to inspiring to flat-out funny &ndash and sometimes, all three.
9. If you post a cute photo on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram or other photo-sharing sites with no one liking it or sharing it, however you still keep checking every few minutes or hour, you might have SMAD.
At the end of the digital day, understand that we live in a busy world that operates 79/7. Sometimes you just need to take a deep breath and go to sleep. You might feel better about it in the morning. Or better yet, take Cristina's advice and pick up the phone to connect. On that note, I think I'll put a stamp on the envelope, take a walk to the post office, and mail a letter -- the old-fashioned way.
Remember to think before you push the "send" button, as you can't take it back. CNN reports that the Library of Congress has now indexed 675 billion Tweets, so if you post something in error, immediately delete your entry before it's shared with others.
Remember that no text is worth dying for, so please don't Tweet and drive. If something is important, pull over to the side of the road where you know you can respond safely. Take a deep breath when you're feeling anxious, turn off your computer, and take a walk without your smart phone. Sometimes a breath of fresh air will put everything in perspective. In the meantime, the shelf life of your latest post may have already expired.