Here’s a little something to get your weekend going. Whatever your deepest fear is, whatever it is you’re sh*t scared to do – I’m pretty certain it will never be freedive-into-the-deepest-darkest-abyss-in-the-world scary. So just jump in and do it. Read on…
I’ve always been in awe of startups that come out of nowhere, with no plans to generate revenue – let alone profit – and be able to raise hundreds of millions (or billions!) in funding.
If you own a small business, you’re likely spending your free moments figuring out ways to run it better and more efficiently. Here are 5 indispensable tools we use every day to make sure we’re communicating effectively, and hitting our goals with time to spare.
The old agency model is nearly (if not already) dead. Five years of running a digital agency has given me a glimpse of what is on the horizon, and for us who are still stuck in old school agency mode, it’s not going to be pretty. Read on…
Beautifully captured moments of otherwise manly men… throwing rocks with their other hand. It’s the great gender equalizer: everyone looks so frikkin’ awkward. A little something for the weekend. Enjoy!
I used to write a lot of emails. Hundreds a day. I was pretty darn good too. In fact, when I was still working for one of the largest global advertising agencies, my boss gave me a promotion based on my ability to write bulletproof emails. Who’da thunk?
A good corporate email covers all possible angles while elegantly obfuscating the actual point. I call this Redundant Hyperbolic Corporate-speak. By the end of the email, you want your reader to prefer to take a large wooden mallet to their frontal lobe rather than attempt to disentangle the 27.3 related issues that make up “your point”.
My new favourite vegetable: the humble cabbage. It’s a bit weird if you just eat it as is – but what if you slow braise it with a couple strips of bacon? Throw in a potato and what you have is mind-blowing, mouth-watering goodness. Read on, dudes and dudettes.