Have you ever noticed that as productive adults, we each have our own ideas/goals around what it would take to have a “successful career”, but when it comes to what it takes to get there, some of us are at
Everyone remembers their first date. If you’re like me, you spent the days leading up to that date consulting with your friends like it was a United Nations summit. What do you wear? What do you say? Do you tell
I realized the other day that three year olds might have found the secret to problem solving as a leader. Think back to when you were three years old, whenever your parent asked you to do something, or if you
In Part 1 of this series, I mentioned how marketing strategies could really be condensed into a two-sided spectrum depending on your business or product. The “Rihanna side” represented the side of the spectrum of marketing based off a “cool factor”. In Part
Taken from my LinkedIn post: I mentioned how marketing strategies could really be condensed into a two-sided spectrum depending on your business or product. The “Rihanna side” represented the side of the spectrum of marketing based off a “cool factor”.
Taken from my LinkedIn post: Have you ever looked at an advertisement for a company and wondered, “what the heck were they thinking?” or “why should I even care about this?” Well I’m here to give you some comforting words
It seems like we can’t get on the internet these days without being inundated with opportunities to “hack” something together: “6 Steps to Growth Hacking Your Business”, “15 Hacks That Will Change Your Life”, the list goes on and on.
The other day, I was catching up with Charles, a family friend who I’ve known since I was 10. He had recently been made a partner at his company and I sent him a message to congratulate him. His response
A while back and I was reading through the classic book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Roald Dahl. As I was reading, I realized that Willy Wonka is the blueprint for innovative leadership. If you have aspirations to become
We’ve all heard it before, the inevitable sports jargon in the workplace. Phrases like “Bill just hit a home run on today’s sales call”, “This proposal is a slam dunk!” or “Let Janet quarterback this meeting” permeate our work environment