Category: Taking Aim

Inspired by a quote from the most celebrated bow and arrow hunter of all time about detailed planning and careful execution, our blog, “Taking Aim,” offers a look inside the minds of Curley & Pynn’s strategic thinkers.


Take Vacation – For Everyone’s Sake

by Ellie Hodgkins Unfortunately, more than half of America’s workers left 705 million unused vacation days on the table last year, according to P... Read More »

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A Better Way to Mind Your Manners

by Elizabeth Lytle As children, we are taught to say “please” and “thank you,” two phrases widely recognized as the most fundamental tenets... Read More »

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World Emoji Day – Reflecting on a Decade of Change

by Alex Heirston, Summer 2018 Intern Even as professional communicators, it can be difficult for us to find the right words to illustrate our ideas... Read More »

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Opinion Journalism – Adding “Context” to Fact Checks

by Dan Ward Time for my annual rant about “fact-checking,” otherwise known as opinion journalism. Sites such as FactCheck.org and PolitiFact cl... Read More »

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Taking Aim by the Numbers

by Karen Kacir Ten years ago this month, Curley & Pynn launched Taking Aim.  Here’s a quick look at our blog by the numbers: ... Read More »

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