The By George Journal is a collection of observations and articles from the desk of Chris George, wordsmith and amiable gadfly. The inspiration for his on-line journal arises from a desire to share ideas on PR and GR tactics – and to provide bons mots and humourous pieces for use in the workplace and social settings.
Each year, the By George Journal sets down a new editorial line-up to bring fresh, interesting material to our readers. In 2020, we are introducing new content under the tags “just_facts” and “poetry.” We also will be initiating a new theme each month. For example in January we will feature posts on Sir John A Macdonald to celebrate the anniversary off his birthday and, in February, we will be preoccupied with the theme of love.
We will also strive to ensure By George will be resourceful and relevant concerning topical issues that are both dominating the news cycles and your discussions at the office or social club. Further to this end, the By George Journal includes a broad range of material organized in the following categories:
Feature Section: news, articles and opinion pieces
The Lighter Side: humourous articles and classic jokes
Wordplay: an exploration of words and language
Words from the Wise: sage sayings, maxims and quotable quotes
Workplace Tips: self-improvement advice for your work
We share provocative quotes on politics and topical issues, and our latest readings. We offer insight and advice on effective writing skills and PR best practices. We post on a wide range of subjects: from our beloved game of hockey to “Big Government”; from priceless office humour to tips on how to run an effective meeting.
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Weekly, By George shares dozens of provocative thoughts on the pages of this journal, on our Facebook page and with tweets of quotable quotes and quirky observations. We connect daily to inject inspirational thought, motivation, and fun into the work day.
We encourage you to visit the By George Journal on a regular basis to follow topical discussions as well as to pick up useful ideas on how you may communicate and express yourself more effectively to your colleagues and your friends.
Provoking Thought. Providing Thoughtfulness.