Sounds terribly boring, but in a world where we’re all supposed to know a little bit more about graphics than we actually probably do, here’s an easy to read infographic that spells out when to use what (and never to use Paint) when saving graphics that are crisp and high-res. Thanks to Who Is Hosting…
As redlmb and NSA moves into our second event of the year and are at that delightful point where we’re working on three years at once, I thought that a complete guide to priority management wouldn’t be a waste. Ready? Let’s go!
Gen-Y, Gen-X, Boomer, or just don’t care? I think it’s time that you be you girl (or boy) cause YOLO and we’re all in for the great revolution of life.
Do you walk your talk? I read a great blog post about how to better walk mine and got some tips to share.
Here’s your #MondayMotivation theme music. We dare you to not lean with it, rock wit it
Who wouldn’t want their own statue? Get six tips to get your own amazing get and make your client happy with your amazing business skills and sense
Lots and lots of email is really what I’m reading as I continue to try and catch up from vacation, a work event, and a conference. That being said, it’s a wonderful time of year for sports, gossip, and politics. Here’s some smart connections for the end of the week.
A great event is one where the participant never sees the heavy lifting. We take the “helpful hints” mostly in stride (with only a little muttering under our breaths or loudly in the office where participants can’t see us) because we want that experience to be a good one for them. But it also makes it more inured and less tactful when offering constructive criticism ourselves. Here’s 3 things to remember when taking and giving constructive criticism.
Let’s take a look at the top 3 highlights and 3 opportunities of #PCMACL15 (with an extra bonus because Deborah Sexton’s PSA around hugging was beyond hysterical and so very well-done).
I‘m on an airplane headed to Miami for NSA’s 2015 CSP/CPAE Summit and then jetting north to Chi-Town (where it’s a balmy -11 degrees) for PCMA Convening Leaders. Lots of learning and networking is in my future. Not a bad way at all to start the year off right. Here’s what I’m reading this week.…
I just returned from a two week vacation, and have 500 emails to go. What’s the true value of taking time off?
Do you resolve to do things at the beginning of the new year? I usually start to formulate mine at the end of October because that’s the point where my to-do list becomes tediously overwhelming. It happened again this year about that time and I’ve been honing them. Here are my 5 things that I’ve got planned to execute in 2015.