I guest blogged on the website Please Feed The Animals this week. It’s worth clicking over for no other reason than to check out Erik Proulx and his work in inspiring people to turn lemons into lemonade. He’s a great guy with a great story and an even better passion. Thanks, Erik.
This is a long post. But if you’re in the mood for talking a little music and getting some groove and swing up in in your approach to branding, then I appreciate you settling in. The Marcus Roberts trio has been together for some fifteen years. They occupy a place in American music that combines […]
The agency world is full of cheeky jokes, posts, and cartoons about the Dumb and Difficult Client. Another post popped up in my RSS feed today (although it was written in 2002): If Architects Had to Work Like Web Designers. The post is funny enough, but I remain flummoxed at the unending willingness of agencies […]
If you’ve ever been the person at a trade show booth or behind an event table, you could really feel for the exhibitors in the basement of Club 303. The event organizers of Summer Toast, Denver’s big social event for marketing people, had no idea it would get so hot and stuffy downstairs last night, […]
You won’t read this post. If I’m lucky, you might skim it. I’m good with that. But please: don’t read it well. There’s a book called How To Talk About Books You Haven’t Read. I haven’t read all of it. And I think it’s excellent. So excellent, in fact, that I can take its principles […]
There appears to be very few international travel classes like this in higher ed. Amanda Pollock, Daniels executive program staff member and the co-brainchild behind the program, is the person who actually makes it all happen. Sold it to Daniels management. Promotes the program. Helps create the curriculum and on-the-ground integration. Books the buses. Brings […]