Success: Defined By Alex Bogusky →
http://alexbogusky.posterous.com/why-not-take-a-moment-to-define-success-befor Success is a cloudy view to a lot of people. Luckily I have already defined success in my life. But I am not trying to toot my own horn, I just completely agree with this post that money should not be the denomination of success.
T.O. < Ochocinco →
This Twitter post got me thinking: http://twitter.com/filthyfowl/statuses/4446808083 I know there are social media strategies constructed for leagues and teams but I feel the potential twitter has in pro sports is almost untapped. I enjoy watching compeition build, especially when smack talk has been laid down. I feel that the build up of conversation between players like T.O. and Ochocinco...
Tony Robbins Speech at the Twitter Conference in... →
http://artpredator.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/tony-robbins-140the-twitter-conference-la/ This was probably one of the most inspirational speeches I have ever heard about social networking and the power of positive thinking. How it all relates to human communication and building relationships through the digital world and the real world is crucial to where marketing and advertising should be going.
What Creative Recruiters are Looking for? →
http://the99percent.com/articles/5692/directives-part-i-if-you-care-theyll-care Here is a great article that talks about what great recruiters and creative heads look for in new blood at their agencies. This article is a year old but the ideas are completely current. *First article in a four part series.
Ben & Jerry's Celebrate Gay Marriage with... →
http://gawker.com/5350062/vermont-ben—jerry-digging-into-gay-marriage This is interesting in so many ways. Ben & Jerry’s has publicly came out and supported the legalization of Gay Marriage in Vermont with a rebranding of Chubby Hubby to Hubby Hubby. Brilliant. Why? First off Ben & Jerry’s is already known to be a hippy founded liberal brand, so I feel this...
Two Campaigns, One Actor
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuHkwPyih_4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcv82HeeW1c Caught you. One actor, two campaigns. Does it conflict with you as a viewer? Personally, I don’t think so. The style on both is satirical and funny.