You may want to argue about who is the best player but in the playoffs this year it is clear to me that Lebron James is the best teammate. In game five of the Western Conference finals, Kobe Bryant competed hard, as he always does, but ask yourself if he made his teammates better? His … Read more James, Westbrook, or Bryant – Who is the best teammate?
Sometimes as business owners, we think the conventional wisdom applies to us and this article suggests we should reconsider. Myth #1: Most consumers want to have a relationship with your brand. I fall into the 77% of consumers that do have a relationship, and I do not want a relationship, with brands. The article says … Read more Three Myths about What Customers Want
8 Rules For Creating A Passionate Work Culture, BY Paul Alofs | 05-21-2012 | 6:05 AM Fast Company “Hire for passion and commitment first, experience second, and credentials third. You don’t want to be simply a stepping stone on an employee’s journey toward their own passion.” Paul’s article makes some great points. Point 3 is … Read more 8 Rules For Creating A Passionate Work Culture – Fast Company
This video has a terrific sentiment. The song celebrates U.S. women’s struggles and progress. Your politics don’t matter – what a great song! I saw this on “The Rewrite – A Woman’s Voice” on The Last Word With Lawrence O’Donnell. Click on the image below to watch the full video of the song. Written by … Read more A Woman’s Voice
Personal Approach Not Always Best in Viral Marketing by Deb Gallagher, January 19, 2012. I was surprised by the research findings. “The researchers Sinan Aral and Dylan Walker designed an experiment involving a Facebook application that tested two kinds of product contagion messages against each other. The researchers wrote: Although active-personalized viral messages are more … Read more Personal Approach Not Always Best in Viral Marketing – MIT Sload Management Review