“Be authentic.” We have all heard it before. This statement, sadly, ranks among one of the most over-used pieces of advice for brands. But what does it really mean?
How should brands think about content in this day and age? Perhaps it’s not all about the platforms and available technology.
What is the one non-negotiable burden leaders must carry? I believe it’s the burden of staying hopeful.
We know this piece of wisdom. But what if are we guilty of not saying we’re the smartest in the rom – but thinking it?
How did Jollibee break the Internet in three stories? By lighting a powder keg of a truth – and telling it very, very well.
Is it really always better to leave the office on time? My own experiences tell me it’s okay to go home late.
Why do some niche players do well? Why do some fail? I take a look at a successful niche brand and outline three possible reasons why it’s a story of success.
It’s quite the workforce we’re in now, my generation. Billionaires under the age of 30 seem to pop up every few months or so. Tech moguls look barely out of grad school. And for many of us average guys, in leadership positions – managing people – by the time we hit our mid-twenties.
In games, a player is at his very best when equipped with his Hero Item. What’s yours, and why do you need one?
Some are blessed with natural confidence. What about us who are not? Can it actually be trained?