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Truth in linkedin

At least three times a year, I go through my LinkedIn account and remove people with whom I’ve lost contact, people who don’t return my emails or people I’ve added to avoid a socially awkward moment. My LinkedIn account isn’t … Continue reading

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Hire people smarter than you

There are many who believe that it’s bad for their job security if they ever hire someone smarter than them. They may not ever admit this or advocate it as a management philosophy, but if they’re honest with themselves, they … Continue reading

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My work with madison.com

Over the course of my professional marketing career, I’ve done a lot of work digging into products to find the compelling story and then working with a skilled team to tell it in an effective and engaging way. All of … Continue reading

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The best/worst ever

You can’t go very long in life without hearing someone say, “this is the worst (or best) [insert experience here] I’ve ever had.” A few weeks ago, I caught myself saying the same thing about my most recent haircut – … Continue reading

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Feelin’ all political

Last night was the New Hampshire primary, and I can’t help but feel all political ‘n shi* today. So here are some thoughts on this election year… ==== Can people stop trying to determine who is electable? It’s like not … Continue reading

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