Mind Body Spirit Living – Writing and Communications Habits You Need Now with Gina Siegert
January 5, 2017
We begin a new series of discussions this week, focusing on refreshing our perspective on some of the habits that are a part of our daily life that might be getting in the way of the overall health of our mind, body and spirit. Once we bring awareness to some of those habits, we have the opportunity to make a change and replace those habits with new ones that can lead us to more balance and joy.
Join us as we dig deep into 2017 as our guests highlight their recommendations for what habits we should look at rejecting in our lives, and what we should instead look to embrace in order to lead a happier, healthier life.
As we look closer at habits that might benefit from a refresh, our communication habits are a great place to start. Is your written communications style current, and will it represent you in a way that enhances your reputation? Or are there details you might have become less diligent about, that are worth adding to your refreshed habits? From spelling to punctuation, and finding your authentic voice, we can all benefit from a closer look at what we need to know now about keeping our communication habits current.
This week we are joined by a seasoned communications professional who will share her thoughts on the habits we should ditch, and those we should consider embracing to improve how our communications reflect us, as individuals and professionals.
Gina Huck Siegert is a marketing and communications professional with extensive experience in publishing, marketing, copywriting, and sales. Gina began her career as a copywriter at an advertising agency in Madison, Wisconsin. That experience led her to the in-house advertising department at Irwin Publishing in Chicago, at which point Gina’s career in college textbook publishing officially began. After a successful run in marketing, sales and brand management at McGraw-Hill Higher Education, she left the company to venture out on her own. In 1997, she founded Imaginative Solutions, Inc., a firm that provides a broad range of marketing and communications services to clients across the country.
Gina received her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and also attended Ealing College in London. When she’s not busy keeping up with today’s dynamic marketing environment and ever-changing technologies, Gina may be found reading, knitting, exploring wellness and nutrition, and enjoying her role of aunt to many nieces and nephews.
For more information about Gina, look for ImaGINAtive Solutions, Inc. on Facebook.