This decision will forever change the law enforcement community. March 26, 2021 will go down in the annals of New York City’s history books. The city council there voted to end qualified immunity for police officers. This is the first major city in the United States to take such action. This legal doctrine of Qualified…
In this new year, we remember the hard times of 2020 and those we lost.
We pray for those fighting COVID-19 in the first days of 2021.
Today is National Grandparent’s Day. I thought it appropriate to share the dedication from my new book, Seeing Life Through Private Eyes.
In January 2020, I decided to venture into the world of podcasts. I ended up charting a different course than most in that I did not start a new podcast for Martin Investigative Services. Instead I focused on being a guest on existing podcasts, and how to get those appearances turned out to be a story in and of itself.
This is the story of that journey, and how it all worked out.
Our executive clients sometimes inquire if we know of anyone who can assist them with public speaking and/or training for TV, radio and print interviews. These clients range from Fortune 100 clients, business executives, government, non-profits, sport figures, entertainment industry, attorneys, social media personalities and entrepreneurs. Most have no formal training – and it shows.
I had some of my staff members research some high-quality podcasts with wide and diverse audiences. Here’s their Top 5 picks.
This summer I’ve had a few calls from people who have felt they’ve been scammed by “quick and easy” Internet marketing companies and their lofty promises.
Instead of taking these cases and then trying to retrieve any investments, I’d rather see these people invest money in something that works, instead of spending their money to recoup other, previously-wasted money.
What follows is the entire, straightforward approach to marketing from my new book, Seeing Life Through Private Eyes.
If you find yourself gearing up for a pity party today, I’ve included some stories in this post that might help you appreciate what you do have. Father’s Day can be an overwhelming day for many people. This year has been a tough one for myself and many of our staff, clients and friends. If…
My father, Ralph W. Martin, passed on April 30, 2019 at 2:30pm at the age of 94.
My dad ran one of my offices for five years, and many of you have been asking about him.
He has had an eventful ten days: Two mini-strokes, one fall which cracked a shoulder, and a heart attack.