Imagine seeing a giant turtle that is crawling up from a river and is approaching the side of a road. You’re hiking past it and it turns up its head […]
You know it’s coming. It’s the most feared question during any job interview: Do you think I would look good in a cowboy hat? Just kidding. The real question is: […]
More is not always better. Too much planning is nothing but procrastination in disguise. A distraction in a miniskirt. Failure doesn’t come from poor planning – it comes from the timidity to proceed. Here are the 7 things you don’t need more of.
In the movie, Top Gun, Maverick and Goose were each other’s wingman. They were always looking out for each other and ready to shoot down an enemy. If you dread networking, having a wingman can make a huge difference. Plus, they can help you shoot down all the excuses for not doing it.
Teaching for free can help you get everything from client leads and public speaking experience to a MacArthur Fellowship and having every parent in the world love you. Our guest poster, Will Bachman, explains how to get started with uber practical advice.
Facing a crisis of confidence? Here’s Tony Coretto’s story of how he found his mojo after facing a business funk, and the concrete steps you can take to succeed as he did.
You don’t have to be Anthony Weiner to feel terribly that you just sent something you shouldn’t have and wish you could “unsend” it. Perhaps you accidentally hit Reply all […]
Melinda Gordon, played by Jennifer Love Hewitt in the Ghost Whisperer, communicates with ghosts who can’t move on because of unfinished business from their past. The obvious message for those of us who don’t get the opportunity to communicate with spirits, is: If you don’t learn from the mistakes of your past, your future will give you more of what you don’t like in your present.
Today’s guest blogger is Melea Seward. She gives people something to smile and talk about via her business at Chief Amusement Designer. There’s a lot of noise out there. Cutting […]
As part of a close knit creative department, the copywriters and art directors were used to walking into each other’s offices to borrow awards books, the latest Adweek or some not well hidden enough stash of chocolate. Ed […]