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The Selfishness of Modern Advertising

The Selfishness of Modern Advertising

Admittedly, I’m a bit of a traffic snob; certain things bother me a little more than they should. None more than in the brief moments well past the yellow light, milliseconds before the red, when...
Managing Your Client Relationships

Managing Your Client Relationships

I’ve always enjoyed the month of February. I know it may seem odd, but I find it beats the Christmas hangover that seems to last all through January. February is also home to Valentine’s Day, which...
New Year, New Beginnings

New Year, New Beginnings

A new year is upon us and with it come the all too familiar New Year’s resolutions that range from people committing to the gym, taking the opportunity to learn something new or reconnecting with old...
Inbound Marketing: Your Marketing Magnet

Inbound Marketing: Your Marketing Magnet

Frustrated with a lack of results from your marketing efforts? What if I were to tell you that there was a way to increase your leads and have customers come to you? Well now there is! Business...
The Rejection Nightmare

The Rejection Nightmare

My wife and I wanted to host a fall kickoff party filled with friends, great food, an outdoor theatre for the kids and a campfire; an all out celebration to mark the end of a great summer. It was...
Business Lessons on the Links

Business Lessons on the Links

I love golf; I’ve been playing the game since the age of three. One of the most important lessons I’ve learned is that it’s a game that you never truly master. It’s filled with ultimate highs and...
How Do You Communicate Quality?

How Do You Communicate Quality?

Growing up as one of three boys, Christmas time was always a fun time to both give and receive presents. I always remember putting great thought into my gift selections for my younger siblings....
Tools of the Trade

Tools of the Trade

I have always been a motorbike guy; it could be because I spent a large part of my teenage years in Haiti riding dirt bikes from village to village through picturesque tropical terrains to barren...
Remember the First Time?

Remember the First Time?

I remember the first time I walked into my house. Not really in the market for a home, just weeks before our marriage, my wife and I went for a Sunday drive and randomly stopped at an open house....
A Vehicle For Success

A Vehicle For Success

Not so long ago I was in the market to buy a new vehicle for my family. I picked up the local ad listing and began a search. I noticed this ad for a black sports car, with leather seats and a moon...