As a self-proclaimed "Growth Marketer", I'm currently on a mission to find my next exciting opportunity to drive revenue goals with marketing efforts and it has been a challenge to communicate my value beyond what my resume details. With 10 years of variable experience under my belt, imagine how one can find it difficult to …
Four habits learned from my Culinary Studies that apply to functioning within a corporate team.
Like any principle or strategy, core values are difficult to forge and take time to develop and cure; but they will sustain you through everything else once they’re well-formed.
What happens if an employee cannot easily explain their company’s brand purpose? Even worse, what if a customer is confused by the intention of your product? According to a 2019 Study at PWC, done at companies that have clearly defined and communicated how they create value, 63% of employees say they’re motivated, versus 31% at …
Honored to be a participant in an amazing discussion from top female leaders in the innovation and digital transformation space. View the link to see how we're adapting and changing for the new demands in 2020 from remote working, diversity and inclusion and what they predict the work place will look like in the next normal.
This is an unbiased opinion, I swear. Yes, I live in Austin. Yes, my company (Rocksauce Studios) is headquartered in the capital of Texas. We’re a proud bunch, we Austinites, and our congregation is growing fast. In 2000, the metro area had about 1.2 million residents.
Navigating a career and a young family life can feel like juggling axes. To avoid the crippling stress many aspiring professionals face, you need to find ways to manage it effectively.
Could a Texas city be poised to show up Silicon Valley when it comes to embracing diversity in so-called STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields? You bet your authentic “Keep Austin Weird” T-shirt.
“Learn all you can and develop all the tools you can for your toolbox — you never know when you’re going to need them.” I was fortunate enough to hear these words of advice from Nicole Forbes, my mentor. I met Nicole for the first time at the 2013 South by Southwest (SXSW), an annual, week-long event in Austin, Texas, that features film, interactive media, music, conferences and mentorship sessions.
Change is hard. Maintaining the status quo can seem so much easier than pushing an entire system into the turmoil that change can entail. When it comes to running a successful startup or small business, however, embracing transition is vital. It can be tricky to recognize the need for changes before it’s too late, but …