Are you a dreamer, but already grown up? I remember being a kid and dreaming about becoming a championship horseback rider. I also wanted to ride skateboards for a living. I could do a mean 180 back in the day. I was a fearless dreamer. I also became one of those young adults who didn’tContinue reading “5 Ways to Live Your Dreams without the Fluff”
I came across a quote from Maya Angelou about how she defined success. It was in an article that included the definition of success from millionaires and billionaires. People often equate success with money and power but these people didn’t.
Are you a #GIRLBOSS? Sophia Amoruso sure is and her New York Times bestseller shares just how she grew her business from its MySpace beginnings to a $250- million fashion retailer success story. I had never heard of Sophia Amoruso or her business Nasty Gal other than seeing her book on the “must-read” lists. We hadContinue reading “Book Review: #GIRLBOSS”
Facebook. Some people love it and others hate it. As a marketer, I find the amount of information collected about each user fascinating. As a user, it seems really creepy. We still use it though and many are addicted to it. Viewing Facebook is such a habit that many don’t realize how often they do it. The constantContinue reading “A Week Without Facebook”
OK, ok. My blog strategy never included product reviews. I did the review thing with my old blog and decided when I took this one live, it was time to hang up the product review page. Then NESCAFE Dolce Gusto came along. It was a regular day of tweeting when I tweeted about the kids heading back toContinue reading “5 Reasons to Love NESCAFE Dolce Gusto”
In Part 1 of The Content Commoditization, I shared how content marketing went from evolutionary to being a commodity. Everyone is doing it with little differentiation. Blogs get started and social media pages are developed without strategy. And without strategy, effectiveness drops considerably.
If I wrote this a few years ago, the title would’ve been The Content Evolution. I’ve been around a while and remember when differentiating your product meant something more than throwing a blog and social media pages up in an attempt to connect with your next customer.
Meet Diana, author of LadydeeLG. Diana lives in New York, is a full-time working mom and just completed grad school. Whoa. A lot to handle for anyone. Diana shared with us how she survived grad school with her husband’s help and still managed to keep sane with some me time. Tell us about LadydeeLG. LadydeeLGContinue reading “The Interviews: Working Mom and Grad School”
You’re offered a vacation for you and your significant other, all expenses paid. Doesn’t that sound exciting and completely awesome? The hubs and I had the opportunity to take a 5-day business related cruise to Cozumel. When I heard the news, I was so excited and at the same time, totally freaked out about the kids.
“Attitude with gratitude.” It’s not a new phrase, but it’s one that sometimes gets left behind when we feel overwhelmed. At times I lose the gratitude and have a bad attitude, the kind that is not productive or positive.