For some, graduation signals an ending; the culmination of years of study and preparation. For others, it heralds the beginning of the beginning. In truth, graduation is both, but there is a lot that no one tells you about life after college. As young professionals ourselves, we have stood where you stand now and have…
This Thanksgiving, millions of Americans will gather with family and friends and drink a lot of wine, eat a lot of food and watch a lot of football. However, between the food, fun and indigestion, it is important to remember that the real reason we gather and break bread is to give thanks for all that we have.
In this industry, one of the most important elements for success is the ability to connect with other people. Part formula and part artistry, gaining and holding the attention of others in a medium that is overloaded with news, sales and content can be tricky, but certainly not impossible.
Dale Carnegie, the renowned American writer and communicator once stated, “Success is getting what you want. Happiness is wanting what you get.” While this bit of wisdom may touch many, the truth is, staying motivated each day is one of the hardest obstacles many of us face.
Thomas Jefferson once proclaimed, “all men are created equal” and the phrase has become somewhat of an American mantra ever since. Though Mr. Jefferson’s words seem to hold true, here in the ultra-competitive land of opportunity, it can often feel as though some have found the way to success much faster than others.
Though the term ‘digital marketing’ is hardly anything new, there is still much confusion as to what it actually means. For the uninitiated, digital marketing simply means using websites, mobile apps, e-mail or social media to market to stakeholders via computers, smart phones, tablets and other electronic devices.