There’s a saying that the more things change, the more they stay the same, which we will aptly apply with a marketer’s sensibility to the skill of decisiveness. Whatever your business focus and whether you spearhead the marketing effort for a company or client, the critical marketing decisions you make influence your ability to create,
He was our 35th President of the United States and though he did not serve 3 years in this position – and has been gone from us for 50 years – he remains one of our most popular and intriguing presidents. John F. Kennedy, affectionately JFK – what was it about him? Was it that
How many times have you stumbled upon an online article or post and wished you had saved it for later? With so many distractions, many of us actually spend more time retracing our virtual footprints in search of content we shoulda, coulda saved. Yours truly was among those who spent hours of lost productivity in
Authored by Richard Carlson, his most noted book — Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff … and it’s all small stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking over Your Life — flew to the top of the best-selling charts when it was published in 1997 and it remained there for a couple of years.
There’s a thespian in every marketer and a marketer in every thespian. Whether or not you agree, the real contenders of stage, screen and marketing share this trait in common: the ability to commit. It’s a skill that won the late Marlon Brando an Oscar and one that many businesses and organizations invest in to