Good For You

When you build something extensive and show it to your teacher, you hope to hear a, “Good for you,” or like in A Christmas Story at least at A+++++. Ahmed Mohamed made a clock and when he presented it to his teacher, he didn’t get an atta boy, but instead got arrested. Later, everyone realized he had not brought a bomb to school, but a clock. Obama even invited him to the White House.

When interviewed by the media Ahmed immediately seized the opportunity and said he has intention to get into MIT. Good way to leverage the public spot.

Good for you, Ahmed Mohamed.

Other “good for you” mentions include Carly Fiorina. Last night Carly leveraged her spot in the GOP debates flawlessly. Her prep really showed and it pays to media train. Her performance stood out amongst the other candidates. If you need media training, hire me. Helping people hone sound bites is my life’s passion. My husband even jokes I sound bite him before holiday parties. Maybe it’s true. However, reaching your life goals are simply easier to reach when you communicate clearly your intentions, plans and services. Carly did this last night and it shows.

Sound biting is simply leveraging the conversations you have whether they’re private or public. Carly made the most of her public appearance. Ahmed made the most of his fifteen minutes of fame. I bet MIT takes note. What will you make the most of today? Do it. Then write me so I can say, “Good for you!”

By |2016-10-13T16:37:54+00:00September 17th, 2015|

About the Author:

Good Morning America Producer Mable Chan calls Michelle Tennant a “Five Star Publicist.” Tennant, a partner and executive publicist with Wasabi Publicity Inc., calls herself a “storyteller to the media.” Her passion is telling “truly good stories” and “exclusively representing people who make a positive difference in the world.” For 25+ years, media friends have solicited her help in crafting news stories by requesting sources, sound bites, and statistics. An award-winning writer, Michelle peppers campaigns with insight from her master’s degree in human development, BFA from a top 25 drama school, and expertise seeing PR transition from typewriters to Twitter. She’s either spinning stories or spinning at the gym. After hours, she savors the Smoky Mountains with her husband, Siberian Husky, and backyard chickens. Learn more about her work through her column at The Huffington Post. Check out the clients she's currently pitching at

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