Happy 4th of July, fellow Americans! We took a whole day to celebrate freedom and independence, and what better way to do so than thinking about how we can bring those essential elements into the workplace? >>
Even if you're not a manager, working as part of a team requires you to give and receive feedback. And while it's always difficult to receive negative feedback, it's even more difficult to give it, especially when it comes to something creative. As someone who's received a lot of feedback (and given quite a few tidbits myself), here's some tips for approaching your next interaction. >>
Once you've generated your ideas, prioritized your backlog, and completed your experiment, you have to learn from them. Here's how to analyze your growth experiments so that you can learn from them—and apply those learnings to future marketing activities. >>
A by-product of pushing yourself is discomfort. That's true in athletics, academics, or in business. When you're pushing your limits, you're leaving what you know. What's familiar. What works.
Being uncomfortable totally sucks. Here's why you need to do it anyway. >>
...perfect practice does. Even though I hate that phrase, it's so important to remember—and can inform our business decisions, too. >>