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Remember Pulp Fiction?

I'm an awful lot like Harvey Keitel's character, The Wolf, when it comes to taking on any marketing/ad/ communications project. I know where the bodies are buried and I know how to get a lot done in very little time.

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Do You Need a Printable Resume?

Even with all the online submissions, sometimes we need the tactile feeling of a real document in our hands. Easy enough. Simply click on the "Read More" link and you'll begin a download of a MSWord formatted resume.

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01
Dec

It’s About Time

The time to whip up some shoes for the cobbler’s kiddos, and of course the long over-due production of this site. Hopefully. I’m addressing both issues in ready fashion. The site is designed to provide background info, and solicit offers of consulting work, employment and/or JV opportunities from savvy, forward-moving individuals and companies. I am […]

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12
Feb

Social Media – Speaking in Tongues

I happen to know some really great social media folks. My big three always come to mind when I’m pondering my clients’ next moves or refining their voice to create more engagement. They are: Valorie Luther Jim David Chris Goulet Each has a special affinity for converting client marketing/advertising/PR needs and desires into real conversations, […]

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12
Feb

All Seriousness Aside

This week has been an adventure. New sites launching for Complete Athlete, Wolfsburg Motors, some refinements underway for the Texas Trail of Fame and (for you inspired luxury interior designers and architects) J.L. Anthony is getting ready for some big announcements. That being said, it’s time to take 3+ minutes to revel in some musical frivolity.

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17
Dec

The debate on “Uptalking”

Having read Marybeth Seitz-Brown’s essay on linguistics and “uptalk” on Slate, I can say she is correct on every point except one: communicating WITH her audience. Years ago, I traveled to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan to help sell a marketing concept to audiences who mostly spoke english. Fortunately, beforehand I’d done some homework, and […]

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01
Oct

Getting Sound Right

I once sought out professional opinion on a series of podcasts I was developing for GuruTrack. One highly-admired journalist (yes, we use to have many of them) was kind enough to comment, although he chided me (nee SCOLDED me) about the sound quality, saying it seemed to have been recorded in a lavatory stall. Shocked, […]

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