If sharing my whimsical journey enables others to more easily recognize those situations that have impacted their personal and professional growth, and start to learn how to celebrate who they have become, then I'm a huge success.
Naples, FL (PRWEB) February 14, 2012
If today’s parents, professionals, partners, and pundits can’t laugh at their own personal and professional mishaps, then marketing-company entrepreneur, humorist, writer, and Missouri native Randall Kenneth Jones invites them to laugh at his on AttackBunnies.com. In the recently launched "Season Two," Jones's greatest gift continues to be his honest and humorous portrayal of the "workplace" through his understanding of the diverse definitions of "work" as relating to jobs, professional courtesy, personal development, professional development, parenting, relationships, interpersonal communication, community affiliations, friendships and sometimes the work involved in simply getting out of bed each morning.
Jones explains, "As I have been described as the 'love child' of Dale Carnegie and David Sedaris, my goal with everything I write is to add humor, honesty and entertainment to (what can be very dry) personal and professional development themes. With pet chicken dinners, ghost sightings, jury duty, an ongoing 'feud' with ABC's Elizabeth Vargas, and a 'near-death experience' at the hands of a prepubescent Jodie Foster, it all made me who I am today."
Containing equal parts business exposé, parenting handbook, sales training text, personal memoir and how-to-not guide, Attack Bunnies is based on the premise that every person you meet and every situation you navigate influences the one multi-faceted person you ultimately become: at home and at the office.
Having first launched in early 2011, Jones and his metaphorical attacking bunnies are back with a brand new series of (pun intended) tails. “Fright of the Lepus," the Season Two opener, recounts Jones's run-in with an enraged office pet. According to Jones, "I am constantly asked why I named this series, 'Attack Bunnies.' My somewhat veiled answer has always been, 'I was at work, I was naked and I was attacked.' To kick off Season Two, I thought it was time to let the bunny out of the bag."
Let it also be said the Motion Picture Association of America would most likely assign a PG-13 rating to Jones's series of essays.
Jones continues, "We are constantly coached to never lose sight of our dreams, but this sermon invariably comes from someone on the cusp of, or in the throes of, fame and rampant success. In truth, the majority of us won't achieve our dreams exactly as planned. Who teaches us how to evolve without fame, fortune and complete-goal realization? How do we achieve a balance between never giving up and embracing our reality? If sharing my whimsical journey--the good, the bad, the ugly, and the bunny--enables others to more easily recognize those situations that have impacted their personal and professional growth, and start to learn how to celebrate who they have become, then I'm a huge success."
Randall Kenneth Jones
ABOUT: Randall Kenneth Jones's 25+ year career has been spent in executive management, creative development, marketing and sales positions in the advertising, direct marketing, retail and newspaper publishing industries primarily in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. His marketing communications agency, MindZoo, is now based in Naples, Florida. Founded in 2001, MindZoo strives to deliver unbridled creativity, proven experience, a positive approach and matchless professional courtesy to each and every business relationship. Jones's other editorial page, RediscoverCourtesy.org, launched in late 2011 with the goal of shining a much-needed light on professional courtesy. For more information call 239-304-9611 or visit attackbunnies.com,rediscovercourtesy.org or mindzoo.com.