Books!, Leadership, Research, Status Update

Podcast #10 – Building Trust

Some Salesforce studying, iPhone 8 reboot instructions, and education on gender judo round out our random learnings for the week. The theme for the week is Building Trust. We talk about the different components for building trust and two books about trust - Tribes, by Seth Godin and The Speed of Trust, by Stephen MR… Continue reading Podcast #10 – Building Trust

Data!, Marketing, Research

Random Marketing Things I Learned in May

My brain got really full in May. All of the knowledge needs to go somewhere so I can find it again. Hence, this post. Python Prophet Not sure if you read the new Terms of Service and Privacy Policy from Facebook that was sent out this weekend, but in it they talk about all of… Continue reading Random Marketing Things I Learned in May

Research

Sense & Sensibility with my MBA

A few weeks ago I saw the Opening Night of the sense and sensibility by Jane Austin at the Annie Russell Theatre. Sense and sensibility represented by the characters of two sisters. For some reason, I’ve never made that connection! Well, maybe I did, a long time ago, but the lightbulb turned on again when… Continue reading Sense & Sensibility with my MBA

Media, Research

Fun with Recruitment Math

I'm writing this down with the hopes that every one of my clients will read this and stop asking me to achieve miracles. (A girl can dream, right?) Scenario: A client just asked me if I could help them fill 300 jobs for the next year... and they only have $6,000.  And, they'd rather do… Continue reading Fun with Recruitment Math

Rep Encounters, Research, Sales

Hearts and Heads, and On Knowing When Someone is Using One or the Other

I just dug through my 190 posts (!), and I can't believe I haven't written about this observation yet. I can remember talking to a couple of reps at my last job and a few weeks ago I spoke to a few account coordinators about it. And, in my first job, I was known as the Head… Continue reading Hearts and Heads, and On Knowing When Someone is Using One or the Other

Research

2014 in review – My Media Nerdy Numbers

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for my blog. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,400 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 40 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the complete… Continue reading 2014 in review – My Media Nerdy Numbers