Last week, our family car was just minding its own business in a parking lot, when it was side-swiped by a bully minivan twice its size.
Infographic: The Real Cost of Attention
‘Just a minute’ is more expensive than ever. *citations being transcribed to digital format and will follow shortly
Small creative team gets a big boost
Read about the very first implementation of OMASSIS, 10 years ago.
We Found The Perfect Employees
We found the perfect workers, and even better - there's more of them than your company could ever employ.
Hobby Lobby Decision: They’re Right So Long as Business is Done Wrong
The simple fact is, if an employer can state that you must have a clean-shaven face, naturally-colored hair, and wear a particular outfit for work, then they also have every right to dictate the health insurance they provide.
Specialist vs Generalist: The Future of Business
I believe every business that survives this 3-D Printer Revolution will survive specifically because they are almost entirely staffed by generalists, if it has staff at all.
The process of reinvention isn't all cupcakes and sprinkles. First, you have to find a trusty branch - and cocoon. This is true even of self-publishing.
Frequency isn’t Everything
I've often written "if content is king, easy is queen" so when I caught sight of a recent post by The Social Media Hat on what it takes to blog 3 to 5 times a week, I noticed a rather conspicuously missing link. That post does a good job of detailing the minimums for blogging regularly enough to attract a decent audience, but it was missing one key factor; easy is queen. Your content needs to make liking you easy, and that's not something you can just summon by stringing a few words together day after day. There is an easy formula to it, however.
I’ll Never Buy Another Themeforest Theme
It's not often I have an experience so horrible that I feel compelled to write a negative review. Themeforest.net has managed to draw my ire, however.
Do You Love an Employer, But They’re Not Hiring?
One of the best ways to find a job you'll love is not looking in the wanted ads, but knocking on doors and researching companies around you. However, that means they're probably not hiring right now - but that doesn't have to mean the end of the road. Indeed, it could be the road to opening your best door ever.