If you’re trying to make a difference in the world and nobody’s noticing, maybe what you need are the skills of a Hype Artist. Michael F. Schein and I talk about the contrariness of the Rolling Stones, the techniques of cult leaders, and how that can help you have an impact.
John Sindelar has created a new way of looking at how you spend your time: a calendar app called Dayback. We talk about the elusiveness of time, the challenges of software and…surfing.
Zach Rosenberg helped launch remote working in 1993 at the famed ad agency Chiat/Day. Now he’s marketing brands in outer space. Find out how the biz really works. And doesn’t. And what you can do to market your own services.
Patrick Fredrickson talks with us about managing a creative team — while managing to home-school his 9-year old son. We discuss the post-virus future, maintaining professionalism, and the value of boredom.
Patrice Varni shares her workout obsession, her working setup, her love of teams and the enviable setting of her quarantine by the lake. All in service of her transition from corporate exec to home-based entrepreneur.
Leah Ryder writes extensively about working remotely. As the Brand & Content Marketing Lead at Trello with its international team and its 35 million registered users, she knows a thing or two about staying visible.
Working from home during a pandemic isolates you from your friends, your family and your community. If you’re a spiritual leader, how do you keep your flock thriving? From Chris Rock to Christianity to the Quran, we cover a wide range of topics.
Love movies? Me, too. And you’ve probably seen the campaigns that promote them during Oscar season. High pressure creativity. Near-instant turnaround. Coordinating teams in the U.S., Manila and Buenos Aires.
What happens when disaster strikes your community and the local workers lose their jobs? If you’re one of my oldest friends, Ron Blitzer, you roll up your sleeves and raise $180,000 in 5 days.
One of the most successful social media content studios in the country is run by Seth Sliver from his home high in the mountains above Los Angeles. Find out why he thinks that nearly all agencies should be run virtually, and that working from home is the only thing that makes sense in a world that’s changing as fast as ours.