16 January 2013

What I'm Reading

  • Jeffrey Cufaude urges us to choose to be happy.
  • If you're following his advice, there are some habits that will help you. I particularly like "assume people have good intentions."
  • CEOs think social is important, just not for them.
  • Jamie Notter points out that being clear is better than being right.
  • KiKi L'Italien encourages us to live dangerously in 2013.
  • Justin Kownacki has an amazing post full of lots of probing questions on work and motivation.
  • Jeff De Cagna poses three major design challenges for 21st century associations.
  • Jeff Hurt identifies conference trends to watch for 2013. I particularly like the new approach to sponsorship.
  • Could you intentionally set yourself up for 100 days of rejection? What would you learn from that experience?
  • Is Google+ the first step to the semantic web?
  • Marketing schaudenfreude, or even companies that can afford top-notch help make dumb mistakes (and recover from them), so what are you so worried about?
  • Leadership tips, ostensibly "for millennials," but really for all of us. Two especially good reminders: you probably take yourself too seriously and have faith that things will work out for you.
  • "Bold" marketing predictions for 2013. Vanity metrics are out - ROI is in. Can I get an "amen"?

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