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Tuesday, 24 April 2018 14:04

This is What Loving Your Job Looks Like

Enjoying your job seems to be a luxury most people never experience, and we can all agree that it shouldn't be. Spending 40 hours a week at a place you loathe is hardly a way to live life, yet so many people choose to live this way.

Published in Marketing
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 15:58

10 Easiest Ways To Live An Awesome Life

Like most people, I have had my good times and bad. There are experiences that I would rather not have had, and others I wish I could have over and over again.

2018 is the year of positivity for me. I have consistently looked at every situation in a 'glass half full' way, and am navigating my way through the year with the energy and respect that each year deserves.
Published in Management
Thursday, 23 June 2016 09:05

Find What You Love And Do That

When it comes to working, so many people are stuck doing a job they don’t even enjoy. It’s hard when you are in college and all of a sudden have to decide what you want to do for the rest of your life. You think about money first, then maybe what you were good at in high school (math, science, writing, etc.), and that’s about all you have to go off of.
Published in Culture
Thursday, 03 September 2015 19:16

Is it good for you to be passionate?

Bad relationships happen. They are inevitable. Particularly when you have been around for a while.

The more passionate you are about a person or anything really, the more it affects you and sends you a little crazier than normal. But mostly, logic comes back into play and you tend to correct whatever it is that went wrong.
Published in Mellissah Smith
Tuesday, 05 November 2013 08:28

Rules of the Red Rubber Ball

Last night I had the opportunity to attend an event at JWT Atlanta, the best experiential marketing company in Atlanta and one of the most experienced and creative agencies in all of the US.

They put together events every other month, bringing together people from the marketing and advertising industry.

I really enjoy going to their events as they have quality speakers and as a company, JWT Atlanta is as inspiring as any of the people that they have present. Their office space is uber creative and their people, so much fun, that even I want to go and work there.

Yesterday's speaker was Kevin Carroll, the founder of Katalyst. To say that he is inspirational, passionate and above all, a game-changer is an understatement.