What does it mean to your customers when something is obviously broken and you do nothing about it? John Moore over at Brand Autopsy has a really interesting thread going on broken windows, an idea that has roots in a
In recent days I’ve thought a lot about the things that started me on the path I’m on today. And I keep coming back to Tom Peter’s book In Search of Excellence. I don’t remember now why I read it.
Think U2 is just a band? Just "four blokes, three instruments, and a bunch of good songs"? Brand Autopsy directs us to a very interesting post in the New York Times, highlighting a series of insights into the business success
Ever been in a world that has its own lingo? Ever been tempted to become buzzword fluent in order to schmooze your way into a connection or a sale? The blogosphere is totally that kind of world. In that world
People stopping by my office often comment on the number of business books I read. There’s always a stack on my desk and a few more titles in my bag. Why do I read in the business field? Really for
Have you heard about Pandora? This is VERY cool. Pandora takes your music choice and designs a "radio station" for you, based on a genome like analysis of your selection. Check it out and let me know what you think!
I’m testing out gtalkr, Google’s new instant message application. Anyone using it already? Thanks to Steve Rubel over at Micro Persuasion for the lead! Out.
Life is about seasons. And for me, a new one begins today. I’m starting my journey at Seacoast Grace Community Church today and I’m so excited! When I had the chance to see what they were doing it just reminded