Category: Productivity

From Euro Zone to Fireball Whisky – My Top 5 Social Shares of the Week

This week’s top social shares includes some bad news for Euro Zone and The New York Times. Now on to the good stuff. News looks good for Fireball Whisky. Learn a thing or two about their marketing strategy. How’s this for serendipity. Last week, I declared Focus is the New Black, and this week I found an ingenious …

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Can’t Win Them All: Focus is the New Black

Time and time again we are tested. If feels a little like the sound of a moral at the end of a fairy tale. Character meets challenge. Is tested. Good prevails. Maybe I have been watching way too much Once Upon A Time, but I think today’s ultimate test is Focus. Yes, I have written …

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Google’s New Inbox App, Apple Pay Opens for Business and More – My Top 5 Social Shares for the Week

Convenience. Everyone is searching for convenience. This is the prominent theme in my top social media shares this week. If you what to make skimming email more convenient, Google has a new app. If you want making payments on your iPhone 6 more convenient, Apple has a new service. Other topics of interest this week …

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Holograms, Rockstar Women Entrepreneurs & My Lil Moments of Fame — All Happened This past Week

Everyone says, savor that moment of fame, because it is fleeting.  Well—here is how I am savoring mine by sharing some amazing technology and people at the same time. Triangle Startup Weekend – Women was a huge success. Here is a full recap and one of my moments of fame shared with amazing organizers, volunteers …

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Top 99 Reasons to go to Triangle Startup Weekend – Women: Oct. 10-12.

Learn why you can and should attend TSW-Women and facts about women in business and tech in the world and the Triangle.

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The Importance of the F — Word

Find out 4 key strategies to help you FOCUS and succeed.

My Year at the Top of TIMA – How to Balance Time and Still Make an Impact Serving on a Volunteer Board

You can’t do it all – Oh gosh, how many times have I learned and re-learned that cruel lesson.  So as I begin my year of service as incoming President of the Triangle Interactive Marketing Association (TIMA), I think a critical step is to set obtainable goals and limits. First some background –  TIMA is …

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Instead of Cold Calling, Try a Personal Email – 6 Tips to Writing an Intro Email that Works

No Cold Calling Zone

Find a sample email template that works and stats that confirm that cold calling is dying.

Top 3 Lessons Learned in 2013, and Goals of Change for 2014

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Need a Top 3 List to jump start your year-end and new year? I offer my Top 3 Lessons Learned from 2013 and Top 3 Goals for Change in 2014 from me, an entrepreneur, marketer and community advocate.

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