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I love to read stories about interesting ways businesses stand out among the competition. But for Phoenix Crane Rentals here in Atlanta, GA, their Pink Crane is more than just a marketing gimmick. For Sally and Dick Phillips, the 40 ton Pink Terex Crane has raised over $130,000 for Breast Cancer Awareness since 2013.

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Only recently, I came back to manage the Marketing Eye business, something I haven't done in more than 6 or 7 years.

It's a daunting task because all of a sudden you have responsibility and there are new ways in which you need to navigate how you lead the team, and take them where you want to go, but also, where they want to go.
Published in Management
My flight was delayed from Atlanta to Los Angeles and it didn't matter. I was in high spirits, drinking sparkling mineral water in the Amercian Airlines Lounge and writing down my ideas of how I would now change the company's business plan in highsight of the first quarter of this year.

I am inspired beyond belief and like many entrepreneurs, having the motivation to kick goals, climb any mountain and put on a brave face even though you may be scared shitless - is something that comes very naturally to me.
Published in Marketing
Monday, 13 March 2017 08:25

The chairlift business breakthrough

Sitting on the chairlift with the Chairman of Crownbet in Australia, I asked him the one question that I thought would give me a greater insight into how he built an accounting firm to be one of the largest in Australia some years back.
Published in Entrepreneurship
I won't lie... I need to have the best team possible. They each need to be high achieving, dynamic, skilled individuals who are actively trying to be the best. What they don't know, they seek to find out. What they are good at, they share. What they can improve in, they ask for mentoring and coaching. Basically, people who are in touch with their own capabilities and are self-starters.
Published in Marketing
Thursday, 22 December 2016 12:35

How to create an energetic office culture

What is there to not love about America? I am blessed with a life of travelling backwards and forwards from Australia to Atlanta, meeting amazing people and having a team of individuals in my office that are very talented and uber cool.
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How many people can relate to "I started from the bottom and now I am here"? I certainly can. There are literally millions of people who can relate to the lyrics and inspiration that hip hop / pop artist Drake uses in his songs and his everyday sayings.

I spoke with a young lass that worked behind a bar the other day mentioning that I was going to the concert and she said, "Every woman wants to be with him, and every man wants to be like him."
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Yesterday I spoke with Instagram and Snapchat king, Jeremy Jauncey, for a story in the Marketing Eye Magazine. 

He talked about why pictures tell the story more so than any other format whether it is in one picture or through a video. 

I couldn't agree more. Looking at a picture, it does tell a thousand words.
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As an avid believer that your team should not be encouraged to work overtime, I am doing a few hard yards myself to keep our fast growing, dynamic and innovative business flourishing.

For the past few nights, I have a lot on my mind and everything has been working overdrive. Thank god, that for now, I don't have a personal life and I am on the go travelling doing the stuff that comes second nature to me.
Published in Entrepreneurship
As I sit at my desk in the Marketing Eye Atlanta office, I am surrounded by books; A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald, Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson, Fun is Good by Mike Veeck, The Girl in Times Square by Paullina Simons, Zero to One by Peter Thiel, The Art of Startup Fundraising by Alejandro Cremades, Start-up Nation by Dan Senor and Saul Singer, Scaling Lean by Ash Maurya, #askgaryvee by Gary Vaynerchuk and Tom Osborne on Leadership.
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