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Can 40-year Old Music Brands Stand The Test of Time?

don henley and david gilmour release new music 2015

I’m not sure if I’m getting old or if branding has become such an integral part of my existence that I can’t simply enjoy a new song anymore. Two of my music idols released tracks from their upcoming albums today. David Gilmour released the title track to


AIGA – Get A Job Bootcamp 2013

I remember the day I sat with my class at DMACC listening to the industry professionals speak on what the the job market looked like for designers and how to best position yourself to be hired in a “very competitive 1991/92 job market.” I was terrified. Resume?


Shorten The Divide Between New Year’s Resolutions and Reality

making resolutions that work

It’s that time of year again.  The Holidays are winding down and the obligatory list of New Year’s Resolutions start showing on Facebook, Twitter, Tumbler and other open forums of much-too much public personal platitudes and promises. The one thing I’ve noticed on these lists, year after


Grandpa Mac’s Call-To-Action for the Upcoming Generations

the greatest generations call-to-action for generation x, generation Y and Millenials

Grandpa Mac’s Call-To-Action for the Upcoming Generations. When did the skin of America become so damn thin? Remember when we were the chapped, rebel, bad-asses on the block? I do. Anymore we act like a bunch of pampered playboys (and girls to be P.C.) looking for the


5 Tips On Writing Blog Posts To Increase Traffic

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I’m often asked by clients and peers, “How do I (we) increase my site traffic? How do I (we) get more people to read the blog?” Well, it’s a matter of targeted marketing, brand consistency and good writing. All of which even the BEST writers, marketers and


Don’t Be A Brand Poser

Today, I’m speaking as your brand advocate. If I’m your brand advocate, we, in some significant way, have made a connection. Your unique message has fought through the din of chaos and clutter and found it’s way into my heart, my mind and even my soul. It’s


Create A Personal Annual Report

Jonathan Fields is an author… That’s where it all started for me. I read his book, Uncertainty, Turning Fear and Doubt Into Fuel for Brilliance. And for those that know me, I NEEDED it. I can’t say it changed my life. I’ve personally understood what he wrote


The Intrinsic Value Of Pants

I joined Kosama Downtown (check out their program here) a few weeks ago, and with my busy schedule, I “wisely” set the time for my workouts for 5 AM.  Needless to say, 5 am comes pretty early these days, so forgetfulness is usually forgiven. For those that


Giving The Smack Down To Defeat

“When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.” — Alexander Graham Bell This is for those of you out there that dwell just


Those Clever Spammers

I have to give it to the spammers out there. They are starting to get a little more clever.  I receive BUCKETS of spam every day. Everything from “Male Enhancement” solutions to “The BEST BUSINESS INVESTMENT SOLUTION IN THE WORLD.” sure…  don’t we all Lately, though, I’ve

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