I've heard from a lot of friends and colleagues lately who aren't where they want to be in life. I'm glad I'm their friend and that I have chance to help give them strength and perspective to remind them of who they are.
To paraphrase Hamlet: To be seen or not to be seen ― that is the modern day question... I’m standing at the top of a mountain
A few weeks ago I was on like round seven of my daily social media stalking breaks and I came across something that really
Of course, being the greatest marketing, media and social tool of all time is not lost on me whatsoever as I make a living
What we used to call bad PR years ago when I first started my career is now just part of the social media universe. People are ranting and raving about a business that may or may not be underperforming.
Uncovering Hidden Human Capital: How Leading Corporations Leverage Multiple Abilities in Their Workforce
Happy New Year. People with disabilities are gaining recognition as a significant and growing market for products and services. This will only strengthen as we turn the corner.
We should not only start portraying real beauty and real happiness but also the struggles of real life. It is what's real that is most beautiful, the good and the bad. The more we portray that message on social media the more young adults will learn to love themselves for who they are instead of striving to be an image that in reality does not exist.
If you don't know -- now you know Danielle Bernstein! She is female fashion blogger who started out as a street blogger and now has a full fledged multifigure company.
Only a few days to go before one of our favorite holidays of the year- Halloween! If you haven't seen our past bundle of scary stories, take a peak here. Running an online retailer, just like any other job can be extremely stressful, especially when having to rely on the internet for success.
Do you know people who haven't officially joined Facebook but are, in fact, looking on the site everyday? You know who I'm talking about. They snoop around Facebook without actually creating an account themselves? Instead, these folks use a spouse's or friend's username and password. Or they open completely fictitious accounts.