Turning Negative Publicity Into Good

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As a media trainer, I am a firm believer that it’s all in how you “spin” a story that will have an impact of either positive or negative of who you are and what you do.

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing a man named Keijuane Hester.  He spent 42 months in prison for drug dealing.  His story was so compelling that I had to have him on my show because he is a clear example of how you can not only put a positive spin on bad publicity—but you can also turn your life around in the process.

Here’s his story:

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