Category: Communications

Should Presidential Candidates thrust their kids into the spotlight? Was the Washington Post out of line? »

1.7 million views and counting. Cruz effectively used storytelling (and his kids) to make his point. So, was it fair game for the Washington Post cartoonist to satirize the fact that Republican Presidential Candidates, Ted Cruz, used his kids in a televised satire of Christmas stories? In the Washington Post cartoon, Cruz was portrayed as […]

9 Lessons from the Presidential Race on How to Attract Fans (& Clients) »

What marketing and branding lessons can we learn from the current Presidential Race? This is NOT discussion of politics. It’s not about who is or isn’t the best candidate. Please ADD to the 9 Lessons list below by sharing lessons you’ve observed that regular entrepreneurs and experts can apply to our own businesses. Here are […]

LEADER or FOLLOWER? Which DOOR Would YOU Choose? »

Dove has done it again, made us think, with a compelling new experiment and video which bolsters its “Campaign for Real Beauty”. Brilliant strategy–associating a product or company with an empowering feeling. A great reminder that as entrepreneurs, we must lead MOVEMENTS! What movement are YOU leading? If the 2 doors said LEADER and FOLLOWER, […]

Will you be playing GOP BINGO while watching the Republican Debate tonight? »

Special edition of Buzzword Bingo: Politics edition: Thanks to Paul Copcutt from my Step Into The Spotlight! group on Linkedin for posting a link to this Bingo card!

WHO Could SELL Stuff with a Commercial Like This? »

Are YOU Speaking Corporate Gobbletygook? »

In Step Into The Spotlight!, I listed the 16 words and phrases entrepreneurs should ban from their vocabulary. Some of them are in this fabulous vignette–actually a commercial for Avaya. Priceless. Thanks to Mark Anthony Germanos from my LinkedIn Step Into The Spotlight! group for the head’s up on this hilarious ad! How many of […]

Does this ad OFFEND or AMUSE you? »

Profanity, an arguably patronizing attitude towards the new employee (end of ad) and yet irreverent ads like this have propelled Dollar Shave Club to millions selling something you can buy yourself at the local dollar store or your neighborhood Walgreens. So, do you find it OFFENSIVE or AMUSING? More importantly, would YOU buy their stuff? […]

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