My local Public Relations Society of America Chapter has been asked to write a monthly column in the local newspaper’s business section. This is an exciting opportunity for us as public relations professionals to share and educate about what we do and how we do it. I volunteered to be one of the guest columnists. January is my month. My charge was to write about nonprofit public relations. My career has been spent working in nonprofits and/or consulting for them. Doing good and public relations are some of my top passions. Piece of cake. Right? Wrong. Writers block. Writers block all week long. The draft of the column was due today. And I was only able to get more than three words on paper before last night. Yes, last night. I’m not one to leave things to the last moment. That isn’t my style if I can avoid it. Not like I was writing a dissertation. It was only 500 words and in the scheme of things that’s not a lot. Maybe that was the problem? Maybe I’m too passionate about the topic? Maybe I’m out of practice of writing anything longer than 140 characters? Who knows, but it was the hardest 500 words I’ve written in a long time. I got it done, made deadline, and it is now in the hands of the editor. Now the real fun begins, the editing of the column…

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