The Internet of Things promises to connect our entire world, and with the rising popularity of FitBits, smartwatches, and even connected cars, it’s no wonder it’s been called a trillion dollar market. What do these new technologies mean for our future, and how do they affect us?… Read More..
This past weekend, I had the privilege of giving a presentation on — what else? — presentations to a group of MBA students at a local university. While giving this session, the topic that sparked the most interest on their end was the subject of flexibility.
They were immensely … Read More..
What exactly is happiness, and how do we achieve this elusive state of being? There are many opinions on how to be happy, whether it’s through science-based techniques, special hacks learned from the Army, or simply reading books on happiness and success.
Gretchen Rubin, author of the … Read More..
As most of us know, presentations work great for content marketing: They are visual and engaging, and as a result they diversify your content portfolio and expand your promotion channels. Here are 5 ways (plus a bonus one) to make the most of SlideShare presentations as … Read More..
Over the holiday break, my wife and I took Southwest Airlines to visit family in San Diego – the choice of airline was one of love/hate. Their low fares are great, but we are seated like cattle. However, love them or hate them, one element of their service I never … Read More..
Software as a service (SaaS) has flipped the traditional software business model on its head. Workflow management, customer service, business metrics, revenue flow and more are altered with SaaS — yet the rewards can be huge. What do SaaS companies need to know to survive?
New year, new you? How about: New year, better, more efficient you. We’ve heard time and again that new year’s resolutions don’t work – the trick is making small, tangible alterations to your habits to effect change. So what are the best tricks out there to streamline your life, make … Read More..
As we kick-off the New Year, I wanted to share something I do at the end of every December. I recently wrapped up the process of creating two “stop doing” lists — personally and professionally. I’ll be hones, it was a very eye-opening and humbling experience. Within just a few … Read More..