Achievable New Year’s resolutions

This January, the LCI staff reflects on their personal and professional resolutions for 2018.


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David Landis:

David wants to learn more about artificial intelligence and how it can be leveraged for communications efforts on behalf of LCI’s clients. The travel bug bit David long ago and he enjoys jet-setting around the world. In 2017 he visited Japan, South Korea, and Hawaii. His personal resolution is to travel even more in 2018.

Brianne Murphy Miller: 2018 Resolutions

Brianne’s personal resolution is to slow down and appreciate every minute with her kids.  One is going off to college and one to high school in the Fall makes her time with them more precious. Her professional resolution is to network.

Polly Ikonen:New years resolutions 2018

Now that Polly is back in an agency setting, where every minute counts, one of her primary professional resolutions for the new year is to be more efficient. Managing the distractions and interruptions that define our times – whether emails, phone calls, news alerts, or just spontaneous conversations – is increasingly challenging. In the same vein, Polly’s personal resolution for the new year is to be more present. She wants to be able to step away from the phone and spend time with her two girls and husband.

Sean Dowdall: Public Relations Agency Resolutions

Sean’s professional resolution is to stay abreast of the rapid changes in digital communications. Sean looks forward to connecting more often with friends that he rarely sees or talks to in 2018.

Ashley Boarman:Best Public Relations new years resolutions

Ashley is an avid hiker and enjoys being outdoors in the California sunshine. Her personal goal for 2018 is to climb Mount Whitney. She looks forward to the challenge it presents! Ashley looks forward to learning more about digital marketing and continuing to incorporate measurement into client reporting in 2018.

Greg Bortkiewicz: Best 2018 resolutions

Greg’s personal resolution is to visit his family back in England. He hasn’t visited since Easter 2015! Professionally, Greg looks forward to securing a major national hit, such as the New York Times or Wall Street Journal, for a client.

Gus Nodal: Public relations agency resolutions

Professionally, Gus will attend industry workshops to help him build his skills. Personally, he will focus on attaining career results while ignoring outside factors that prevent productivity.

Sarah Mason: Best resolutions for the new year

Sarah’s personal resolution is to improve her photography skills this year. Professionally, she wants to learn more about digital marketing.


Do you have any New Year’s Resolutions? Tell LCI about it in the comments below, or tweet us @LandisComm.

4 thoughts on “Achievable New Year’s resolutions

  1. I believe these can all be accomplished. I’m excited to revisit this list at the end of 2018!

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