I’ve been fortunate to do a lot of speaking lately, and I’ll be slowly getting those presentations online, but I wanted to […]
“The Hidden Demons of High Achievers” with Tom DeLong, Harvard Business School professor and author of “Flying Without a Net: Turn Fear of Change into Fuel for Success”
I’m a big believer in goal setting – that’s why I encourage everyone to make a Life List. On the Personal Branding Blog, Heather Huhman goes into detail about what makes a SMART goal and what makes a HARD goal. It’s probably not what you’re expecting.
“Do the Work” by Steven Pressfield is currently available for the Kindle as a free ebook (so also on your iPhone/iPad, too!) and is worth a download. It’s a quick ebook that is very step-by-step and delves into the process of getting things done but really, more of the psyche behind it and how you, great idea holder, shouldn’t let resistance at every step of the way hold you back. To understand “resistance” and other concepts to take your idea from in […]
An interview with the co-founder of the Baker Ebook Framework for publishing with HTML5 and CSS3 for the iPad, and more.
There are still people out there afraid of bloggers. I explore why there’s nothing to be afraid of a new democratized form of communication and publishing.
I gave a presentation in Italian at the Digital Communication Forum in Milan in February, and I spoke about “The New Digital Company: Online, Distributed, and Transparent.”
This is the first in a series of quick posts about content or ideas I’m finding online and offline dealing with technology, branding, marketing or entrepreneurship called Quick Bytes! Enjoy. Great interview on Inc with Nancy Koehn from Harvard Business School about building innovative brands. Some of the points I appreciated in this article were the misconceptions about leadership which she addresses really nicely: leaders are made, not born engagement is more important than plain charisma it takes a lot of effort, […]
A step-by-step look at how to find a new WordPress theme and install it on your site.
If you’re reading this it’s possible until recently we used to be friends on Facebook. But before that, we probably were friends IRL…in real life. We fell out of touch, or maybe we just saw each other rarely.
We became friends on Facebook, and now I’ve unfriended you. Here’s why.