The Movement Aimed at Freeing Us From Digital Distractions and Reigniting Our Creativity

As I sit down to write this article, I’m immediately distracted by an explosive opinion piece that has crossed my desk, requiring me to tweet excerpts to my followers. I’m also uneasy about the music coming from my Sonos speaker so I’m also on my phone searching for the right genre so I can concentrate.… Continue reading The Movement Aimed at Freeing Us From Digital Distractions and Reigniting Our Creativity

‘Dear Founder’ Is the Business World’s ‘Dear Abby’ That Entrepreneurs Should Read

Whenever I’m motivated to take on a massive undertaking, be it a new adventure, traveling to another country, or anything work-related, I try not to take a half-ass approach to it, and this means educating myself on all possible avenues, obstacles, and angles. Whether talking to experts or extensively researching items online, I continue to… Continue reading ‘Dear Founder’ Is the Business World’s ‘Dear Abby’ That Entrepreneurs Should Read

In ‘Intercom on Marketing’, Prioritize The Why Over The How

I’ve always had an affinity for marketing — it’s what I graduated with a degree in from university. And no matter whether I was working within interactive agencies, corporations, or even as a reporter for The Next Web and VentureBeat, I remained interested in how to help better connect people with technology and products. And there’s always something… Continue reading In ‘Intercom on Marketing’, Prioritize The Why Over The How

No bull-shitake. Guy Kawasaki’s “Reality Check” is telling you how it is.

A couple of years ago, I had the opportunity to attend what was perhaps my first business trip for work. The keynote speaker turned out to be Guy Kawasaki. To be quite honest, I hadn’t heard about him before and after his speech at the TravelCom 2007 conference & expo in Las Vegas, I was… Continue reading No bull-shitake. Guy Kawasaki’s “Reality Check” is telling you how it is.