Thanks to Lee Odden & TopRank Marketing for including me in their roundup of “25 Influential Women in Digital Marketing Who Rocked and Inspired in 2018.”
It’s a fantastic list. Truly. Check it out. Read every entry. Some will just wow you. (Like Rashmy Chatterjee — first woman in the Indian Navy, speaks 5 languages, and is now Global Sales Leader for IBM Security? SO amazing.)
Also big thanks for describing me as a “renaissance woman on fire” which OBVIOUSLY I’m making my new job title. :)
Cheers to these inspiring women, and to those who take the time to acknowledge them!
Well played, New York Public Library. Well played.
#BlackFriday is hereafter canceled; nothing will top this.
“Every dollar invested in ease of use returns $10 to $100.”
This is something I’m always asked about. Meaningful marketing sounds good, but what’s the ROI? It’s hard to quantify something that can have such esoteric consequences, but this article does a fine job putting some numbers to user experience, and that’s a good starting point for meaningful interaction.
Read “The ROI of UX”: http://digitalmarketingnow.com/roi-of-ux
“The best CEOs I know are teachers… the core of what they teach is strategy.”
– Prof. Michael Porter, @HarvardHBS
There’s a good deal more to read here: http://www.salesbenchmarkindex.com/blog/the-best-ceos-are-teachers-of-strategy
This is not about productivity so much as it is about mindful and intentional living.
Quoting Austin Kleon:
“What do you want your days to look like?” is a question I ask myself whenever I’m trying to make a decision about what to do next. In fact, I believe that most questions about what to do with one’s life can be replaced by this question.
This is another way of getting at purpose and meaningfulness. When you start from there, a lot of decisions get easier.
Link: What your days look like.
This link is interesting for a few reasons:
One, because, one of the most fundamental aspects of developing insights is the ability to study and recognize patterns.
Two, because art is a wonderful source of creative inspiration.
And three, because the depiction of women in art has something to say about centuries of power imbalance and inequality, and recognizing patterns in macro systems like culture and society is vital in having a true understanding of our context and the world we inhabit and create.
The video itself morphs between close-ups of 90 women’s images in paintings, while the link below indexes the paintings and provides additional information and context about the painter and the year it was painted.
Link: 500 Years of Female Portrait Paintings in 3 minutes