Make sure your actions speak just as loud as your words

As a parent, you might be able to get away with a “do as I say, not as I do” approach. It will not work in other situations, especially if the public is trusting you to provide reliable information during the ongoing pandemic.

Your actions must match your messaging and here is why.

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Janice Evans-Davis is a public affairs/public relations strategist in Houston, TX.

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Janice Evans-Davis

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Janice Evans-Davis is a public affairs/public relations strategist in Houston, TX.

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