- RT @DraytonBird: I hate the word "gifting". What's wrong with "giving". A nasty practice - turning nouns into verbs/ / 3 hours ago
- RT @Dr_Draper: Peak marketing nonsense. twitter.com/adage/status/1…/ / 4 hours ago
- RT @dennyhatch: HOW TO CREATE A BREAKTHROUGH DIRECT MAIL PACKAGE: PART II A Full-dress Direct Mail Packages Is a Sales Team https://t.co/aZ…/ / 4 hours ago
- Ever understood this. Want to know what you’ll look like in 20-30-40 years? Live life. Live it hard. Live it well.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…/ / 16 hours ago
- RT @curiousoctopus: I’m in awe of the interactive piece @nytimes just published on the Nôtre Dame fire. It is a masterful example of how de…/ / 16 hours ago
- Oh man. To be in front of that blast! Haven’t seen Joe in a few years. Need to get to a show. twitter.com/jbonamassa/sta…/ / 17 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
When we agonize over everything to try to make it “the best” we fool ourselves. There’s no such thing. We are just people and can’t, by definition by perfect and “the best.” When we understand the constraints–time, money, people, technology–and … Continue reading
On his deathbed Steve Jobs told Tim Cook not to worry about what he would do, but instead do what was right for Apple, or so the story goes. A great piece of advice. Now that Steve is dead, what … Continue reading
Our leadership skills aren’t as special as we think. We can’t make average talent outstanding. Spend less time managing the average and more time talking with and recruiting the exceptional. Talent and grit win.
It’s Monday morning and the time when communications professionals around the world are answering urgent executive requests on: Why that tweet (that nobody cares about) was created? Why that blog post (that nobody cares about) got your corporate mission wrong? … Continue reading