Autumn Sullivan — February 19, 2018 — February 19, 2018 Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Life is not a destination, it’s a journey.” The same is true about being an Agile organization. When we say we’re an agile agency, it’s not a fixed process. It’s a mindset, a way of looking at ourselves, our clients, and … Continue reading Being Agile Doesn’t Mean There’s No Plan
Emelina Spinelli — February 10, 2018 Follow @ecspinelli — February 10, 2018 Can you hear the buzz…. the murmer… the consistent droning on and on from “experts” who tell you this mythical story? Have you heard about the unicorn that you can catch, called “being paid to create”, doing what you love, making money while … Continue reading The Myth of Being Paid to Create and Why It’s Doomed to Fail
Will Thomson — February 8, 2018 Follow @WillRecruits — February 8, 2018 In 2007 I lost my job. I didn’t hit quota. I was put on a P.I.P. (Performance Improvement Plan) and I didn’t make the numbers I was supposed to make. I worked hard. I put in the hours. I just didn’t meet their … Continue reading Are You Chasing or Being Chased by Employers?
John Hodge — January 22, 2018 Follow @johnahodge — January 22, 2018 Hiring a solid team can be hard and going through the process of talent acquisition can be a bit of a headache. Keeping that team happy and working in harmony is challenging and sometimes we need to have hard conversations. Luckily, the reward … Continue reading Improve Employee Performance Without Being a Jerk
Dave Brock — January 19, 2018 Follow @davidabrock — January 19, 2018 Broesis / Pixabay For some reason, articles on “Leaders must show vulnerability,” have been flooding my in-box recently. I get it, leaders must show vulnerability, but what does that mean? As I think of these articles and dozens of others on other leadership … Continue reading Leadership, Vulnerability, and Being Human
Personal Branding Blog — January 15, 2018 — January 15, 2018 Technology and industrial practices are continually evolving, so why should your education end the moment you walk across the stage and grab your diploma? Continuing to learn in the years following college can accelerate your career and separate you as an industry leader. Here’s … Continue reading How Being a Lifelong Learner Will Boost Your Career
Brian Basilico — January 4, 2018 Follow @bbasilico — January 4, 2018 Welcome to 2018 and the first post of the new year. I really hope you had an incredible 2017. Being the first episode, it’s time for all of us to get out of our pajamas, put on our big boy pants or big … Continue reading Standing Out From The Crowd By Just Being You!
David Kiger — December 20, 2017 Follow @davidkiger — December 20, 2017 Gratitude can be a powerful thing. As we head into Christmas and New Year’s, the festive nature of the season can help us realize all that we have — including family, friends and employment — and to be thankful. That gratitude can then … Continue reading Giving Back: The Small Business Benefits of Being Charitable
Brian Basilico — December 13, 2017 Follow @bbasilico — December 13, 2017 Today I want to get into A Day in The Life, and the ups and downs of being Captain Obvious. What I mean by that is, I want to talk about some stuff that is just so basic, but a lot of people … Continue reading A Day In The Life… The Ups And Downs Of Being Captain Obvious!
Andy Calloway — October 19, 2017 Follow @andycal— October 19, 2017 If you’ve considered running your own business, you will have already done some research into how you form the company, handle your accounts and what type of corporation you will become. You may have already realised that it can be quite a daunting task. … Continue reading Is Being a Franchisee Right For Me?