6 PR Lessons from ‘Parenthood’

The Bravermans can teach you more than just family values. Here are a few gems for communicators. 

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NBC’s “Parenthood” infiltrated our hearts with a sense of realness that kept millions intrigued to find out how the characters would handle the trials and tribulations of life.

Not only did we learn about unconditional love, dedication and family values, but there are some very valuable PR lessons hidden amidst this popular TV series.

Here are six communications insights from the Braverman family:

1. You need your team.

Every once in a while, creativity is in sparse supply and writer’s block creeps in. Use your team to spark inspiration and originality for your next great pitch.

Your team is there as a support system. The entire Braverman bunch took up all of the bleachers at Victor’s first baseball game. You have that same team cheering for you in the office.

2. Your headline is everything.

If your pitch doesn’t have an intriguing subject line, it probably isn’t getting opened.

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