December 16, 2015

While making excuses and rationalizing missteps is not unique to the business world, it is evident that creating a workplace culture that empowers employees and adheres to core values can help avoid the propensity to “excuse” or bow out of responsibilities to improve the work environment.
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December 9, 2015

How to get in the right frame of mind to liberate your natural, creative genius.
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November 18, 2015

​How many times a day do you check your smartphone? Now think about how often you check your phone every hour. If you’re anything like me, you probably check it so frequently during the day that it’s impossible to count! And you’re not alone in your smartphone addiction.
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November 4, 2015

Have you ever been turned off after seeing the same actors playing different roles in different commercials? One minute, you’re admiring the young entrepreneur who used XYZ service to start his own dog-grooming business, and then two commercial breaks into your show he’s singing the praises of ABC shipping and how it helps him run his manufacturing company. So much for truth in advertising.
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October 30, 2015

​So, what has changed the most in video production over the past few decades? My answer is this: pretty much everything. Except for, of course, what’s most important.
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October 15, 2015

... And even after all this time, after all these life-altering moments of change, I feel exactly the same. Why? Because I’m what I like to call a “Change Chameleon.”
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September 30, 2015

If you’re into fashion like I am, you know things change fast. Just when you find the outfit that goes perfectly with those art deco Louis Vuitton shoes, the trend changes to minimalism. Google’s algorithm is just as fast.
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September 16, 2015

News used to travel fast. Now, it travels at light speed. One tweet can be seen by thousands in seconds. A professional baseball player was brought to tears by information a fan gathered from Twitter. The team and coaching staff were befuddled, with no idea what was happening or how to handle the situation.
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September 9, 2015

Cecil the Lion was an effective catalyst for change because he was one lion, with a name, a face and a story. When trying to capture interest, big numbers are impressive, but they rarely illicit an actionable emotional response.
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September 2, 2015

A recent list was released from The Muse that made me take a pause. In the article, writer Aja Frost identified three words to leave out of your next email. These everyday words can inadvertently make the tone of your writing or request seem rude ...
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