The 2010s gave us a lot to be thankful for: Game of Thrones, Harlem Shake memes, the Serial podcast, and a lot of great books. 📚
Two weeks ago, you were hitting your stride at work. Now, you’re suddenly jobless.
What you’re feeling is joyfear.
I’m feeling it, too. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to stay focused during this crisis.
How to help Oregon founders, why entrepreneurship is important for Oregon, and an update from Oregon Entrepreneurs Network.
I’ve been laying low and focusing on work. But, this year, I plan to return to blogging and podcasting.🎙
And, in the spirit of new beginnings, I Marie Kondo’d my website—making my blog and portfolio the main focus.
I have accepted an offer for the Marketing & Communications Manager role at Oregon Entrepreneurs Network.
Upon first glance, the four key goals of the PSU University Studies Program seem like no-brainers to me. But really, the job of achieving these particular goals is never-ending.
The line between B2B and B2C is getting blurrier as the notion of P2P (Person-to-Person) marketing becomes clear. Strategies that place the customer front and center are winning. As the digital landscape evolves, trends have emerged that B2B companies should consider.
It’s been two weeks since launch and the IGS video has about 9,790 views, 82 shares, and 75+ comments between Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. That’s very close to 10,000 total views! Views … Continue reading I Got Skills Campaign Report: Week 2 KPIs
After the first week, the IGS video has about 7,600 views, 78 shares, and 71 comments between Facebook and LinkedIn. Total views on LinkedIn has surpassed total views on Facebook. … Continue reading I Got Skills Campaign Report: Week 1 KPIs
Here’s a quick snapshot of some of the numbers I’m seeing from the video resumé. See how it’s doing on: The LinkedIn post (widescreen) The Facebook post (square) As of Sunday night, … Continue reading I Got Skills Campaign Report: KPIs
I’ve had my head down since last summer finishing up school and preparing for my job search. But, here are a few quick announcements: I graduated this month with a … Continue reading Music Video Resumé Coming January 3rd
What can we learn about ourselves by researching our family history? Communications manager, historian and musician, Robert Griner, explains how a label from a bottle of Irish Creme liquor sent him … Continue reading Real iDeal Radio Bonus Episode: Genealogy and The Historical Context of Robert Griner, Plus The Landmark Copyright Case of 1971.
Can we afford to sacrifice short-term profits for a sustainable future? Emmaly Beck believes we can. In episode #9 I interview Portland State University college senior and Environmental Studies Major … Continue reading Real iDeal Radio Podcast S1E9: Interview with Environmental Studies Major Emmaly Beck
Is the personal introduction a lost art? One important lesson I learned from my grandmother is to be inclusive of others. Over the years, I’ve noticed an opportunity for us … Continue reading Real iDeal Radio Podcast S1E8: Mastering the Art of the Introduction, Tactical Interview Phrases, The Feedback Sandwich
The world lost a rare and amazing talent on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. An elder statesman of rock with an iconic and unmistakable voice, Chris Cornell emerged from the Seattle … Continue reading Real iDeal Radio Podcast S1E7: Chris Cornell Tribute and The Day the 80’s Stood Still
We’re up to episode 6! This episode goes from healthy breakfast, to iconic apparel, to cover letters and more. I introduce you to one of my favorite bands, Bran Van … Continue reading Real iDeal Radio Podcast S1E6: Cover Letters, Baracuta G9 Harrington, Buddha Bar, Don’t You Forget About Gen-X