I have decided to take ArchBishop Tutu’s Forgiveness Challenge photo contest, and do a few spiritual push-ups.

When you fail, learn what you can from the mistakes, adapt so next time there is different outcome, and start working toward the next success. Maybe you will experience a win, or maybe a different failure, but it is always a step closer to the solution.

Recently, I’ve witnessed several acts of plagiarism and stealing. As the need for content and attention (a result of good marketing ideas) increases, it’s likely individuals will engage in more thefts. Unfortunately, stealing ideas and content is something that impacts all businesses and individuals trying to monetize their online activities (here’s a piece on how to detect plagiarism). It’s too […]

Image by vmcampos Let’s talk about sales. Customers don’t care about our online brand conversations. The desire for customers to have personal relationships with brands remains the greatest myth pushed by today’s online marketers. Then there’s the assertion that increased engagement will lead to stronger relationships. Mmmm, not necessarily. Chatty versus cheap toothpaste, who wins the deal? Social engagement can […]