In a previous post entitled, “Walk the Walk”, I discussed my astounding observation that so many job seekers, even those seeking digital jobs, go through the entire search process and don’t use the very skills they are trying to market. I am currently pursuing both the freelance consulting avenue (if I can help, call me!) Read more about Job Search has me Seeing Red[…]
I’m so very excited about today’s launch of Teachers Mutual Bank It’s finally here. As any marketer knows, the birth of a rebrand is an exciting time indeed. And I am very proud to have been part of the team responsible for creating it. Today, Teachers Credit Union (TCU) officially becomes Teachers Read more about Introducing…the new face of banking[…]
Was just told about this initiative and just had to pass it along. That’s the thing about creativity, it’s much better when it’s shared, If you’ve lost touch with your creative side, want to be more so, or are just looking to tap into your inner-creative on a more regular basis, The Daily Create might Read more about Making creativity a daily habit[…]
I’ve experimented with a couple of other blogging platforms have been participating in Project 365 (actually 366 this year) photoblogging on Specular Highlights. I’ve been taking a photo a day and haven’t missed one yet! I think this practice is helping to make me a better photographer (even though everything is shot on my iPhone Read more about What I have been doing[…]
I WANT TO WORK HERE… Karl, can ya get me in?
Merry (digital) Christmas to you and yours!
Some messages should just be shared. And, then shared again. Pass it on…
Robert Scoble, blogger and entrepreneur discusses how ideas spread. The public session was part of the Stanford GSB marketing course, the Power of Social Technology. While his presentation style is undeniably understated, his observations and insights are powerful. Question of the day: In the last bit of the video he refers to an intimate dinner Read more about Social media and Marketing – When to jump in, creating brand ambassadors and the power of four…[…]
What’s the consummate conference experience? TED of course. TED has become synonymous with innovation, inspiration. It thrills and inspires audiences around the world to join in the conversation. As stated in their history, TED was born in 1984 out of the observation by Richard Saul Wurman of a powerful convergence between Technology, Entertainment and Design. Read more about What TED can teach Conference Organizers[…]
What Matters Now is the latest free e-book from Seth Godin and friends -it’s provocative, insightful, inspiring and just plain powerful! Download it, read it, live it….just trust me on this…this IS what matters now.