I tell lies. You tell lies. Maybe not the giant story lines we developed ad hock in our youth as an outlet for an overactive imagination.
Being wacky and wild doesn’t make you creative (neither does crazy hair and piercings). Being serious and authoritative doesn’t make you smart.
When we focus our efforts, we broaden our possibilities. “When we have too many top priorities, we essentially have no priorities.” Stephen Covey, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. My two partners in FullBucket and I just finished another quarterly strategy meeting here at FullBucket HQ. As always it was enlightening, beneficial and at times […]
I have fallen off the social media wagon… A few years ago I was really caught up in the social media phenomenon, especially the implications for marketing and sales. Using a variety of techniques I helped create several strategies that increased followers and page likes.
I’ve recently come to the realization that, no, my body is not a temple as I’ve been told since childhood. In my youth I dove head first into the shallow end, fell out of trees I wasn’t supposed to climb, rode wild horses that didn’t want to be ridden and fought men I shouldn’t have […]
I try to find balance in these four areas of my life: Work/Career Spirit/Education Family Health/Wellness It is an ongoing struggle that I most often lose.
This is by far the most user friendly graphic I’ve seen that shows how to manage your SEO program. Spend just a few minutes with this guide and you’ll have a fairly good grasp of all the moving parts that need attention.
One of several videos that inspire me about mankind and the skill of great writing.
When I was a kid I wanted to be a farmer then a veterinarian, then a scientist, then a rodeo cowboy and then I wanted to be an ad man – all within a week. Dreaming of your future is easy as a kid. So many choices, so much time. But as you grow older, […]
The first time I went quail hunting was in Kansas during college. A friend invited me out to his family’s wide-open fields where we walked fence lines and traversed undulating mounds of plowed ground.