My mother was recently cleaning out an old closet and came across something priceless. Not Antiques Roadshow priceless. More like the glimpse-into-yourself-as-a-child kind of priceless, where you realize the stone was cast much earlier than you thought. She had found several pages of the autobiography I wrote in approximately fourth grade. Oh boy. Let me […]Read More The Humbling Art of the Autobiography
I’m just going to say it: I’m completely ambivalent about social media. On the one hand, it offers people a way to find and connect with others at a speed and breadth unfathomable prior to the mid-2000s, not to mention what it has done for marketing. You can chat daily, even hourly, with friends on […]Read More The Negative Energy Epidemic
Marketers have a lesson to learn from the unabashed joy of Left Shark.Read More Marketers, Embrace Your Left Shark
I wish I had a dollar for every time I said, “I’ve got to start a blog.”Read More The hardest part of publishing? Momentum.