I grew up skateboarding throughout the early 2000's, without a clear understanding of why I loved it, but simply that if I didn't do it every day, I'd be downright miserable. Infatuated, love-struck, obsessed, however you want to put it, it embodied every fiber of my soul for over 10 years. What's more, I not … Continue reading How Skateboarding Mastered Marketing To An Anti-media Audience
Seth Godin once said, “I’m very passionate about exploring why you are so afraid about creating art that is actually within your grasp.” Which begs the relevant question: how is it that we’re able to achieve goals at work but in our personal lives, we consistently fall short of achievement? What’s going on here? I'm … Continue reading The Secret to Goal Smashing (So To Achieve any New Year Resolution)
Imagine this: a large, open concept, stark white kitchen with an 8-foot quartz island and recessed lighting that makes the room come alive. A dining room with a living edge table framed with floor-to-ceiling windows that show off the luscious ravine that is your backyard. Aside from the 20-foot ceilings, you realize that there is … Continue reading Where We’ve Gone Wrong in Real Estate Design (And How To Fix it)
"Marketing is a tax you pay for not building a phenomenal product." I'm not going to tell you what you want to hear, but rather what you should hear: marketing accelerates growth, it doesn't cause it.
I would have paid for a "conference game playbook" telling me untapped tricks to meeting speakers & venture capitalists. So we created one: The Beginners Guide To Conference Game. If Part 1 was a snapshot, this is the first, full roll.