Political Advocacy, The Truth Unfiltered

Oh no, I don’t like political advocacy. Herding kittens on high wires is not easy. If you have a cause as passionate as my Aunt Marge’s Jalapeno Chile, then the world will change. You can at least nudge that direction. We invite you to visit us to learn more about our services.

You can tell a story to someone you disagree with, instead of bombarding them (yawn) with facts and statistics. A story can make a problem more personal.

Social media is a beast that can either be your bestie, or worst enemy. The fakeness of a product can be detected from a distance. It’s not just about the fake designer scents.

The key to success is collaboration. As simple as spaghetti and meatballs.

Ah, resilience. This is one of my favorite words. I like it better than “free” food. The best part of advocacy is the reward.

While engaging policymakers might feel like teaching Snapchat to your grandmother, the results can be pleasantly surprising. The process of engaging with policymakers can feel frustrating. However, the results may be pleasant. It’s okay to bring some home-made cookies in as an incentive.

Don’t forget why we do “political advocacy”, too: We care deeply about bigger things than ourselves.

That’s it! That’s it! It’s like an elevator packed with people. It can be messy, difficult and exhausting but rewarding to watch the changes take place in front of our very eyes. We brought these changes about! I don’t know what else to say. If that’s not something worth celebrating over a pie (or two), then what is? If you’re a person, it may just be that your words will spark a change. The first impressions we make are not permanent. We can always change them.