I don’t hold back, and I don’t expect my readers to either. I like it when readers tell me what they think—especially if they vehemently disagree with me.

Recently, I wrote “9 Ways You’re Ticking Me Off“ about how public relations and marketing people drive me crazy—like asking me to lay off the sarcasm when I write about their firm or telling me the partners would like to “pre-approve” my article.

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