Tradition Four: Each local chapter should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or communications as a whole.
What are you doing to nourish your industry affiliations? Just as the earth needs water and sun to grow in abundance, your community needs nourishment to grow strong communicators. Identify your community. Do not limit your community to friends and
immediate coworkers only. Build relationships and seek out kindred spirits in your village. Branch out with virtual and face-to-face
Instead of complaining or bashing affiliations, get involved and spur a difference. Carry the torch. If you are familiar with this blog, you know I have done my fair share of criticizing PRSA. I have done a bit of growing up and realize this attitude gets you nowhere. Yes, it’s frustrating not all of my peers "get it" – this is why I adore the Social Media Club logo/slogan, "If you get it, share it." There is so much room to grow while teaching. There is so much more I have yet to learn…