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Just When You Thought It Was Safe …

Murphy’s Law says, “Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” I don’t know if Murphy’s Law has gotten more prevalent during the coronavirus pandemic, but it seems as if anything that can go wrong already did.

Maybe it’s just me:

But I could use some reassurance.


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Mark O'Brien
Mark O'Brienhttps://obriencg.com/
I’m a business owner. My company — O’Brien Communications Group (OCG) — is a B2B brand-management and marketing-communication firm that helps companies position their brands effectively and persuasively in industries as diverse as: Insurance, Financial Services, Senior Living, Manufacturing, Construction, and Nonprofit. We do our work so well that seven of the companies (brands) we’ve represented have been acquired by other companies. OCG is different because our business model is different. We don’t bill by the hour or the project. We don’t bill by time or materials. We don’t mark anything up. We don’t take media commissions. We pass through every expense incurred on behalf of our clients at net. We scope the work, price the work, put beginning and end dates on our engagements, and charge flat, consistent fees every month for the terms of the engagements. I’m also a writer by calling and an Irish storyteller by nature. In addition to writing posts for my company’s blog, I’m a frequent publisher on LinkedIn and Medium. And I’ve published three books for children, numerous short stories, and other works, all of which are available on Amazon under my full name, Mark Nelson O’Brien.

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  1. Bravo Mark!
    Covid-19 has caused many disasters and many problems will still arise as a result of the pandemic.
    But we want to be optimistic, thank the Lord if we made it and look for the energy necessary to resume a life that will be “semi-normal” for a long time.
    Basically, Murphy’s law, as its statements are formulated, tends to present as probable eventualities that in fact they are not. So it shouldn’t be taken too seriously, even when our misadventures seem to confirm it.

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