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In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we’ll share Pope’s recommendations on the role of collaboration and its best use in meeting your organization’s goals. Read More »
In her blog, Emma Seppälä, science director at Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education, suggests that actually a happy state is necessary for creativity. While doing research for her book, The Happiness Track, she uncovered proof that relaxation actually drives creation, as we’ll explain in this issue of Promotional Consultant Today. Read More »
In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, I share the advice I would have given to my inexperienced self 25 years ago. Read More »
In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we’ll share these five key steps from business author Maggie Aland for building a business concept the right way that ensures success. Read More »
In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we share 18 ways to get noticed on social media platforms the right way, as shared by social media expert Scott Ayers, so you won’t make similar mistakes.
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In yesterday’s issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we shared six key elements of a compelling case study from business author and speaker Henry DeVries. Today, we’ll share tips to put that story to work and get the sale over the finish line. Read More »
In part one of our two-part storytelling series, Promotional Consultant Today shares these key elements of telling a story or a case study. Business author and professional speaker Henry DeVries refers to this as “The Simple Six-Step Heroic Storytelling Formula.” Read More »
Have you hit a bit of dry spell? Do you not consider yourself to be creative? In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we share these ideas from life coach and motivational speaker Marthe to help you get out of the office and draw inspiration. Read More »
So where do agency relationships go wrong? In this issue of Promotional Consultant Today, we’ll share these four insights from digital media strategist Kelli Hashimoto. Read More »
Since the Human Genome Project completed sequencing human DNA in 2003, the world has been awash in new learnings about how the body works. A more recent collaboration between teams from The University of Chicago, Copenhagen Business School, SAS and NYU—dubbed The CEO Genome Project—didn’t look at actual DNA, but crunched detailed information on more than 2,000 leaders across a variety of industries. Read More »