Morristown, TN (PRWEB) October 06, 2011
Ralph Masengill, Chairman of a leading marketing and public relations firm for over 25 years, has launched a new web site aimed at today's business leaders. Ralph offers his own brand of wisdom, gained from his extensive experience in the field and his study of the many positive ways to grow a business. Masengill insists that all successful business journeys should be enjoyable and as stress free as possible. He even shows you how to make it happen on a regular basis through the use of his site's blog at Masengill.com and other social media outlets such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
Masengill educates and mentors, as he offers tidbits of sage advice to business leaders of all walks of life. He states, “Business success and the enjoyment of that success are thought by some to be incompatible, but those people are just wrong. You can continue to have great business success and enjoy the process at the same time. This is not smoke and mirrors. I know that your cup can be well over half full when it comes to enjoying the success process. I have seen it happen time and time again.”
When asked how he knows these methods work, Masengill replied, “For one thing, I am someone who went from not enjoying my work, to having an overall great time enhancing my company’s bottom line. Your business ‘life’ can be fun and involve less stress, even in this so called ‘down’ economy.”
One of the original change agents in the United States, Ralph enjoys people and his work. Before the quality movement came into vogue in the late 70's, he and his associates were presenting seminars and papers to senior management across the nation pointing out that “Until businesses are willing to understand and submit to positive change and measured quality, they can never reach their potential. Enhanced profit and enjoying the journey do work well together. My new web site was built with the intention of showing businesses and business leaders how to do just that.”
About Ralph Masengill
Ralph enjoys many outside interest, including, sculpture, woodworking, and playing with his seven grandchildren. In the last couple of years he has started doing some painting and gets a big kick out of being involved with higher education. As Ralph says, “You can indeed mix business and pleasure.” He did the marketing and public relations for the Tennessee Board of Regents for over 20 years. He and his wife Dianne love to travel and meet up with friends they have met on those travels over the years.
“Until I was in my forties I thought every good definition of the word work had to have some reference to misery in it. Fun and success do mix and mix well. If you doubt that, just ask me or one of my customers.” Ralph continued, “The ongoing journey to enhanced profit can be an enjoyable experience.”