As the holidays are fast approaching, our kids are preparing their wish list for Santa. It can be incredibly intimidating when the 2 boys who normally are at each other’s throats join forces to strategize and build a plan for securing the highly coveted Xbox One. By combining each other’s strengths (one is very practical
How much time do you spend working on your business versus working in your business? There are less than 50 days left in 2015. This is an excellent time to step back and evaluate where your business is today and where you want it to be in 2016. For many businesses the thought of annual
A few weeks ago, Jennifer Lawrence published an essay on Lena Durham’s blog about the inequality of pay between men and women in acting. While she openly admitted she has different challenges than other women in the workplace, her feelings and story could be the same for many women all over the world. She shared
Standing on the edge, looking over. Feeling my stomach flutter. My hands clammy. My heart pounding. Paralyzed in the moment. Looking over at my ten year old son who had a look of complete confidence in me (even though he’s terrified of heights) reminded me that all you need is 20 seconds to be brave.
One of the biggest entrepreneurial trends in the US is the startup of craft breweries and distilleries. I recently had the privilege to attend the Chicago Independent Spirits Expo – what an amazing experience. Not only did I get over my 20+ years fear of Gin but I was also reminded that all entrepreneurs and
How often are you thinking about your customer’s experience? Have you ever actually walked in their shoes? Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity work with a lot of big brand CEOs, COOs, and CMOs. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Customer Experience Management (CEM) is always a hot topic up for discussion. One