Benefit company, clients by communicating successes

“You’re doing your employer or client a disservice by not telling them how you’re helping the company succeed.” This is a quote I ripped out of one of my Women’s Health magazines. (Or at least I think it came from Women’s Health. It’s been floating around my house for a while as a scrap, but…
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To ‘we’ or not to ‘we’?

To ‘we’ or not to ‘we’?

Have you ever had someone say “We are going to XX” or “We should XX” and then, a few days later, come to find out that that meant you  were supposed to do it? I have. These days, everything – whether it’s work, sports or volunteer – is about the team. As such, it’s almost…
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It’s Time to Pivot

More than 63 percent of Americans are avoiding drinking soda. For the health and well-being of Americans, this is good news. For the soda industry, this couldn’t be good. According to a analyzing findings by TIME Magazine and others, this is a significant increase from 2002 when only 41 percent of Americans were reportedly avoiding…
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It may not seem like a big deal, but it is

Introduction Megan and I tend to get excited over a lot of the same (somewhat geeky) things: social media, blogging, libraries, Blossom reruns on Hub Network, and the list goes on. When the news of Imagine’s new phone system hit the airwaves, she was the first person I received an email from about how exciting…
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If you think you can, you’re right; if you think you can’t, you’re right

Recently my co-workers and I had breakfast at a local restaurant. For the majority of our nearly two hours there, ours was the only table occupied. Upon ordering our meals, several of us modified our orders. When our food came out an hour or so later, there were a few mistakes. “Well, it was only…
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