Posts Tagged creativity

Cooking 101 – Turn The Flame Down

A slow, steady simmer will always result better, infused flavor and richness over thrusting your meal into a white-hot, roaring flame (think 5-star restaurant vs. campfire jamboree). The same theory applies to your marketing program. If your marketing budget goes up in smoke because you tried to

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Post 2 Post: Jack’s Notebook by Gregg Fraley (part of the Simmering Judgments Series)

I’m kind of a quirky guy. I don’t like reading fiction. Now, as a “Right-Brainer” you’d expect me to really dig fiction. But for the longest time, my Barnes & Noble receipts have been filled with non-fiction. Most of the time, my reading list looks like some

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My Personal Brand Is Kinda’ Funny… I Think.

I’ve always been a huge fan of stand up comedians. For a short time, at the end of high school, I even entertained the idea of becoming a comedian. I dabbled in comedy ventures ranging from short stories to political cartoons and satire. I even spent a

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Why The Brain Pain?

In many industries (especially the communications industry), it is important that left-brainers (you business-minded sort) and right-brainers (us creative ilk) can communicate our thoughts and ideas efficiently and effectively. It’s often difficult for a right-brainer to grasp complex business concepts, as well as for a left-brainer to

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(Let Them) READ ALL ABOUT IT!

One of the biggest challenges in business today is building strong relationships with customers and contacts. How do you establish and cultivate relationships while maintaining integrity and credibility? It’s important to share the success of your company, new products or ventures, while remaining sensitive of others’ time

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Breaking The Fourth Wall – Are You Out There?

In theater, there’s a basic, confined realm in which all of the action takes place. The set, the actors, and action all take place within the three visible “walls” of the stage (stage left, stage right, and up-stage – or the back). Then, there’s the fourth wall,

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