How To Get Teams To Accomplish Goals

Sticky Notes. How to get teams to accomplish goals

When the whiteboard is full of ideas and post-it notes become a structural element of your meeting room, leaders routinely struggle with how to get teams to accomplish goals. It’s not for a lack of desire however, it’s because many … Continued

Five Trends In the 2019 SuperBowl Ads

SuperBowl Ads Beer and Chips

It’s here. An American Holiday where family and friends come together, break bread and watch ads. Oh, and there’s something about football too. Instead of analysis on the game, however, I asked an ad expert to break down what really … Continued

Why prospects stop returning calls

Have you ever asked why prospects stop returning calls? Elay Cohen, CEO of SalesHood and former SVP at SalesForce has some perspective. Cohen is focused on how to modernize sales processes, and he understands specific reasons why prospects stop returning calls. … Continued

Interview with Nate Quigley, CEO of Chatbooks

Nate Quigley, CEO of Chatbooks. Pictured with co-founder Vanessa Quigley

I had the opportunity to interview a fascinating person that has created an amazing concept, especially for the new year. It’s called Chatbooks, and put simply it’s a custom photo book that’s automatically mailed to you every month. Nate Quigley, the … Continued

Ghosting Employers? Now You’re Part of the Problem.

ghosting employers. empty seat in room

With unemployment rates sinking to record lows, ghosting employers is the hot new thing to do. There certainly is a satisfying feeling of justice that comes with this phenomenon. Those who do it however, are foolishly becoming the very problem … Continued

Disruptors Only Disrupt Bad Business

Person shopping online

As companies continue to fall victim to giant online retailers like Amazon, Zappos and other entities, let me caution you: Amazon isn’t killing them. When it comes time to point fingers, the only one to blame is the leadership of the company … Continued

There are no creative jobs or industries

creative industry or creative job

Despite numerous surveys and even the tax code providing the option “creative” when they ask participants to define their industry, this ostensibly innocuous categorization perpetuates an incorrect stereotype. The very idea that someone has a creative job or works in … Continued

Don’t Be A Failure Hypocrite

failure hypocrisy

If you’re at least a little interested in human creativity and the invention process, you’ve heard it a thousand times: Fail fast to learn faster, failure is necessary to innovate, we must fail to succeed, blah blah blah. The truth … Continued

Innovative Office Space Is A Waste of Time

open office

Picture yourself visiting the hottest start-up that many only dream of touring. You open the main door to see a cool vintage-looking freight elevator, and taking up a few floors, the anticipation builds finally revealing one of the coolest spaces … Continued

The Jack of All Trades Doesn’t Survive

Jack of All Trades

If you started your working life with one marketing outsource focus, and are now being asked to take photos, design mockups, write copy, manage social media strategies, record and edit video, and perhaps even write code for websites, you are … Continued

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