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Escape from Cubicle Nation

Step-by-step advice to escape your job and pursue your passion.

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Body of Work

Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together.

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How to think like a marketer and sell like a superstar – interview with John Jantsch

When I first started writing about small business marketing many years ago, one of the first people I heard about was John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing. John had a great reputation, a solid business and a well-respected and highly trafficked blog. I referred many clients to his first book, Duct Tape Marketing. Then to […]

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Scaling up Excellence: An interview with Stanford professor Bob Sutton

Many entrepreneurs dream of starting a business in their garage, scaling it, then selling it to Google for a billion dollars. Such things rarely happen. But scaling happens every day, in our career, our business or our workplace. We are constantly trying to improve ourselves, share our ideas, and put in systems and infrastructure that […]

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Celebrating the body of work of my clients in 2013

Happy New Year’s Eve! 2013 has been a very special year for me. In addition to working with some amazing people, traveling to great events and having fun with my family, I wrote a brand new book, Body of Work: Finding the Thread That Ties Your Story Together that I believe will define my own […]

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