Well, there is no way around it – we are all closer to 2019 than we want to admit. Businesses can fall into a variety of categories over the holiday season. Here are a few potential scenarios Successful and confident Successful and neutral Successful and paranoid Somewhat successful and overconfident Somewhat successful and delusional Failing
It really isn’t that far away. Did you achieve your goals and/or targets for the year? Did you even set goals and/or targets? It is easy to forget to celebrate the successes. If you set something and achieved it – did you actually celebrate it? Or did you minimize it? Minimizing successes is extremely toxic.
I’ve never been sure why Halloween is one of my favorite holidays but it certainly is on the top of my list. When I was a kid it was about the candy. I would dress up, go around the block, get home, drop off that load of candy, put on a second costume, go around
That’s right! Bobby the Bear has had a meteoric rise on social media including LinkedIn and YouTube. He just finished up interviewing 101 people on LinkedIn and we found out his #1 Fan is most likely Calvin. The film will be shooting in Las Vegas during May of 2019 and our GoFundMe account is starting
Working with some clients via our site https://socialmediadoesnothavetosuck.com we found some interesting patterns worth exploring. It appears that younger people, we’ll use 25 and under for that one, do not have a problem with creating content for social media. What challenges them is how to represent themselves in a way that connects to older generations –