Archive for October, 2009

A Memorable Way to Think about Marketing

I subscribe to the IttyBiz mail list by the internet’s biggest potty-mouth, Naomi Dunford.  The thing about Naomi is that somehow even with all her “gutter talk” as my mom used to say, her insights, ideas, and explanations are always excellent.  I’ve bought several of her products because, well, she just makes so much sense.  […]

Tumbleweed Tiny Houses

I am completely fascinated by Jay Shafer’s Tumbleweed Tiny Houses. I desperately want to build one and Jay makes me feel as if I could!  If you haven’t seen these amazingly small, compact and efficient homes, you might enjoy visiting Jay’s site and seeing the designs and room layouts.  (And Jay if you are reading […]

Executives & Entrepreneurs Need to Innovate and Execute

Someone who can innovate and execute is indispensable to employers and is often a skill that leads to entrepreneurial success according to an article by Jonathan Fields (click to read his blog post on the subject). Here’s an excerpt from the post: “Truth be told, though, there’s one person who’s even more valuable than the […]

Texting Etiquette

Is it OK to text on the toilet? If you were to ask 75% of respondents in a recent Intel survey, the answer would be yes. Yew. The Intel Holiday Mobile Etiquette survey, which questioned 2,625 adults over age 18, had less gross findings as well: – 80% felt there were unspoken rules about mobile technology. […]

Passport 2 Success #2

WFMY News 2 TV is running another Passport 2 Success career event October 20, 2009.  I assisted with this same event when it was run for the first time June 24, 2009 in Greensboro, NC.  It features a pathway for participants to travel and connect with different career coaches with varying expertise and backgrounds, spending […]

Stop Interrupting and Start Interacting!

Guest Post by Jessica Swanson A radical change has occurred in the world of marketing.  Just five short years ago, most companies utilized only traditional forms of advertising including: TV ads, radio ads, magazine ads, newspaper ads, etc. As a result, most marketing consisted of advertising that interrupted whatever the consumer was doing. TV commercials are […]

TwitterLab – Oct. 12, 2009 at 5p.m.

The TwitterLab date has been set! I will be conducting a one hour multi-technology session for novices to learn about Twitter on Monday, Oct. 12, 2009 at 5pm EST. Here’s the plan: You have to sign up ahead of time so that I know who is coming and how many people will be involved. You’ll […]

The Leadership Challenge Forum – Kouzes & Posner

March 21, 2014
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March Madness – Nerd Style

March 18, 2014
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Clinton Global Initiative University

March 18, 2014
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Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel

March 16, 2014
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