Everywhere we look lately, from entertainment to business, what’s old is new again. Well established franchises are selling out movie theaters, the toy aisle is straight out of the eighties and businesses everywhere are turning back the clock to stand out in this fast-paced, digital world. How can you go retro to connect with customers andContinue reading “4 Retro Ways to Connect with Modern Audiences”
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Survival Skills for the Real World
Welcome to the first post of 2014! I hope you all enjoyed ringing in the New Year. During this time of year, people around the world resolve to learn new skills and achieve goals they set for themselves. So I thought it was interesting when I read an article in the November 2013 issue of RealContinue reading “Survival Skills for the Real World”
Should You Work For Free?
Anyone who’s ever owned a business (or freelanced or done work on the side) has come across this issue. I’m talking about working for free, whether for ‘exposure,’ often vague potential future business promises or for a worthy cause. Should you do it? I’ve run into this issue numerous times since starting my business, ClearlyContinue reading “Should You Work For Free?”
Women in the Boardroom: Handshake or Hug?
You just finished a meeting with a key business partner and chairs push back around the table as members of both companies begin to file out of the room. Goodbyes are being said and hands are being shook as small talk fills the air. Did you see the game last night? What’s the weather supposedContinue reading “Women in the Boardroom: Handshake or Hug?”