In George Lois’ new book, Damn Good Advice (for People with Talent!), he offers stimulating ideas on how to create and sell big ideas. Here’s my favorite of his pointers:
I’m thrilled to announce that I will be serving as an Executive Mentor for Butler University’s Real Business Experience undergrad program. Not only is Butler on the cutting edge for mentoring programs, the College of Business has plenty more to brag about including… A 99%
Last week, I had the honor of speaking to 100+ of my client Brooksource’s top recruiters at their national conference. Standing in front of them at the Omni Hotel, I couldn’t help but notice the enthusiasm and energy in this young group (average age 26). So much for what Fast Company calls “Generation Flux” –
Ariel is one of my favorite thinkers. In the post, he addresses a topic that many of my clients have had to deal with. I highly recommend giving it a read.
Great service can be boiled down to the simplest of communications. How…
Why is there never enough time to do it right, but always enough time to do it over? In this electronic world of advertising, I don’t long for the days we would wait for type to be delivered in the middle of the night. Or hours with a matte knife and rubber cement to paste