Monthly Archives: April 2011

Bella’s Circus Act

As anyone in Wisconsin will attest to, there doesn’t seem to be any real progress towards Spring this year. The weather has been hovering around freezing at night, and up into the 50’s, maybe, during the day. It has been … Continue reading

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One: Lonely or Individual Energy?

I spent this past Wednesday in Chicago with a group of industry and agency leaders. The purpose of the session, led by David C. Baker, was to explore best practices used by high performing marketing firms. After analyzing hundreds of … Continue reading

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The Unintentional Executive, Vol. V

I heard it the other day:  “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” On the surface, it sounds very logical. As the leader of any organization, however, you must recognize it is as the mantra of those that are content, … Continue reading

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Forget You, and Your Jar of Hearts

After breakfast and watching some of the national news, Connor and I will often catch a few videos before heading off to school and work. The other morning, we happened to catch two distinctly different perspectives on one of life’s … Continue reading

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