I am drowning in email and other forms of business communications. Working efficiently and seamlessly across all platforms is crucial to business success. After trying several alternative resources and tools, I evaluated my time spent on messaging (of all kinds) and here, I share my experiences; good, bad, and ugly.
There are many parts of our business we love to do, some we want to do but don’t have time and others we either don’t know how to do or don’t know where to start. Introducing our Spring VIP Memberships For a limited time, we are offering a VIP Membership … Read more
At least once in your life, you have probably encountered a NAYSAYER. You know, that person who may tell you that your idea won’t work, or the friend or family member who tells you that you can’t do something. Sometimes, the naysayer is a perfect stranger who can’t live on without telling you their opinion.
Although no one is perfect (including myself), we can only strive to be the best we can be. We will make mistakes along the way. It’s what we do to correct those mistakes and how we handle ourselves that really matters. As many people are jumping on the “social networking” bandwagon to communicate with friends, colleagues, family, clients, etc, it is important to remember that what we say and do out there, can be and is read by everyone. Yes, everyone. These are 10 things I try and follow as I immerse myself into the social networking web. They are 10 Ways to Remain Professional
Every now and then, clients ask designers to “copy” a design that they have seen elsewhere. As innocent as this may sound (to some), it is a straight up violation of our international copyright laws. It is important to handle (and/or decline) these requests professionally. Typically, my response is “I … Read more