by MB Huwe Some things are hard to write about in the marketing world without coming across like a cantankerous, festering, perfectionist critic. In my estimation, there are approximately two kinds of criticism. The tearing-down, cruelly-intended, immobilizing kind. The constructive, helpful, elevating kind. Number one is the worst. It is “ew”-worthy. The best example I […]
Your energy is your single greatest asset – it’s the source of your creativity, your marketing, your networking, your decision-making, your client-retention, and your actual work – as such, you have got to protect it and help it grow.
Let’s talk about how to do that.
by Mary Beth Huwe GUESS WHAT! (I have to go all-caps on the above imperative because the truth is so liberating, it’s worth shouting about.) “Bridezilla” is a load of donkey dung, and getting married can be really fun. Like, squinty-eyed-smile-fun (see photo.) Few events activate our creativity more than ceremonies. Ceremonies of […]
What’s acceptable in blogging in terms of proper grammar and formal writing vs. “write it like you’d say it?” I find when I write informal emails I use a lot of dashes, ellipses, and commas for cadence. When writing a blog post I find I’m more formal. In that formality I feel like I lose […]