You can tell if a culture war is present by doing a quick test. Is anyone listening, or are they screaming? Does anyone want a solution? Culture war. It’s something that’s entertaining if you like your politics bloody, unserious and superficial, for it does not involve the desire to convince. If you like war, or
Anyone who has had the pleasure of seeing my face (and the backdrop of books behind it) on a BlueJeans call will testify to my love of books. I’m often unapologetically thrusting new reads or interesting articles toward my computer camera or posting out books to those I think will enjoy or benefit from them.
I was joined by living legend, and marketing procurement consultant Tina (not Tuna) Fegent in a discussion about how agencies can work with the enigma that is procurement. My pricing workshop a few weeks ago brought up a common discussion point – procurement. Namely, how agencies can work with them and if it is indeed
This New Yorker cover, a 1976 illustration by Saul Steinberg that served as the cover of the March 29, 1976, edition of The New Yorker presents the view from Manhattan of the rest of the world showing Manhattan as the centre of the world. Described as a tongue-in-cheek view of the world, National Post journalist Robert
This video is an event recording of the very first etc Advisory ‘Pot Noodle’. A 45-minute workshop and discussion for agency leaders/founders on changing their pricing strategy to charge for the value they create, rather than by time/hourly rate. In this free, condensed 45-minute online workshop, I spoke with agency founders about how to triple