As marketing and sales people, it’s so important to remember that we’re not pursuing “leads.” Or “contacts.” Or “resources.” We’re pursuing humans. And the more we’re aware of that, the less doors we get slammed in our faces and the happier our customers will be.Read More
2013 was a year full of surprises (both good and bad) in the tech world. Here, a look back at some of the most memorable moments:Read More
Each year on the 4th of July, we find time to reflect upon that crescendo moment in history when hard-fought freedom was bestowed upon our nation. Since setting us on that initial revolutionary course in 1776, the Founding Fathers’ vision of inalienable rights and independence has been passed down through generations, manifesting itself continuously in the American mind and spirit.
But less often emphasized is the Founding Fathers’ strong entrepreneurship and business acumen, which set a precedent of innovation and self-reliance in their respective communities and is an equal contributor to that go-getter, rough-and-tumble American mindset.