17 Sep
2014

Be Sure to See

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Entrepreneurism 101: Look for simple ways to solve real world problems. We don’t typically cite this axiom in the nonprofit world. Perhaps it’s because of [...]   Read More »

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Many people believe that what separates humans from the other species is our ability to form scenarios in our mind, and then turn them into [...]   Read More »

3/14/14San Diego, CAMDABash for Augie's QuestPhoto Credit: Steve Cohn© 2014 Steve Cohn Photographywww.stevecohnphotography.com(310 277-2054

When 47-year-old Augie Nieto learned he had ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) in March of 2005, he reacted as anyone else might: he went into denial. [...]   Read More »

Rich at TechBreakfast

Last month, I presented the brand new Talking GOOD platform at a TechBreakfast in Baltimore, MD. With me was my friend Hunter Barrington, principal of [...]   Read More »

welcome

Welcome to the web site and blog of Communicate Good, LLC, the consultancy that I launched in June of 2011. If you are unfamiliar with [...]   Read More »

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Entrepreneurism 101: Look for simple ways to solve real world problems. We don’t typically cite this axiom in the nonprofit world. Perhaps it’s because of the inherent complexities of mission-based work – gauging needs, measuring outcomes, and so forth. Still, “million dollar ideas” do exist. In 2011, at the age of 11, Corinne Hindes and her childhood friend Katrine Kirsebom came up with an idea for aiding homeless people who   Read More »

Mark Brodinsky Photo_Small

Many people believe that what separates humans from the other species is our ability to form scenarios in our mind, and then turn them into reality. See your future; make it happen. By this definition, Mark Brodinsky is a purveyor of humanity and a shining example of what it means to turn big dreams into meaningful reality. Mark has seen his future, or as he calls it, his Why. “My   Read More »

Sunday Series Intro

I’ve been in PR for a long time. I’ve watched as too many practitioners, businesses and organizations, screamed “look at me; look at us; look how great we are.” While at times it is appropriate to self-promote (ahem … this post), I firmly believe that the most enduring, engaging, successful, and genuine, PR campaigns are built upon recognizing others. It’s what I’ve dedicated myself to professionally and through my philanthropy.   Read More »

Our Approach (In 90 Seconds)

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About Rich Polt

polt041 Rich Polt, principal of Communicate Good, LLC, is an accomplished marketing specialist, a seasoned business manager, and a practitioner of values-based public relations. As a consultant to nonprofits, foundations, and for-profit social enterprises, he helps clients build and implement successful PR programs, hinged on clear messaging and solid strategy. Rich believes that communications should be used as a force for good – inspiring audiences, advancing causes, and driving organizational performance.Read More »

News

Talking GOOD featured at TechBreakfast

Last month, I presented the brand new Talking GOOD platform at a TechBreakfast in Baltimore, MD. With me was my friend Hunter Barrington, principal of FTW Development, the firm that developed the new site. Seven minutes is not much of a window to present, and I’m certain that I spent   Read More »

VOLUNTEER POSITION OF A LIFETIME!!

Okay, the title of this post might be a tad of an overstatement, but not by much. Two weeks ago, I said goodbye to my former Director of Talking GOOD, Miriam ElKorchi. A senior at Goucher College in Towson, MD, Miriam worked with me for her entire senior year,   Read More »

Meet the Intern!

Since the beginning of the school year (back in September ’12), Miriam ElKorchi, a senior Communications & Media Studies major (and an Art minor) at Goucher College, has been interning for me. Her title: Director of Talking GOOD. She sources many of our Talking GOOD interviewees, makes initial contact   Read More »