think like a child

Think Like a Child

February 20, 2020

Thinking like a child isn’t easy. Their brains are different. Children “get” things faster than adults. They try to understand everything and in doing so, children learn faster. My niece (10) recently had a birthday and received an iPhone. As…

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Mother’s Day 2018

June 3, 2018

Both my mother and step-mother tell me—as they’ve told me for years: “The best gift you can give me on Mother’s Day is a phone call.” So, at the very least, I’ll spend an hour on Mother’s Day talking with…

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Work-Life Balance: 10 Ways To Tip The Scale

May 31, 2018

Thankfully, I love what I do—marketing—so working hard, long hours doesn’t necessarily disrupt my work-life balance. Even working 50-60 hours/week, I’m still able to spend plenty of time with friends and family, traveling, mountain biking, reading, writing, and occasionally binging…

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3 Guiding Principles For Successful Team Communication

May 24, 2018

1. Keep your team informed of your availability. Slack, my favorite app for team communication, allows administrators to set five default “Suggested statuses” for their team. The five I’ve come to love are: (Note the icon color—a subtle indication of…

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5 Questions Every Entrepreneur Needs To Answer—Before They Build Anything

April 10, 2018

I love coming up with new ideas. In fact, on my StrengthsFinder assessment, one of my top five strengths is Ideation. But, ideas aren’t anything without execution. Before you execute a new business idea, it’s important to ask yourself these…

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1 Line Of Code Every Website Needs

March 31, 2018

Almost every website contains copyrightable information: original content, business intelligence data, pricing tables, photographs—all considered copyrightable. It makes sense to have the correct year near the copyright on your website. Here’s the simple line of JavaScript code we use to automatically…

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