Recently I’ve received more than my fair share of emails relating to my privacy and other businesses. This left me contemplative. I began to wonder what this data might look like in graph form. Given my proclivity for data and data interpretation I decided to quickly create a graph that I felt was truly representative of the situation as I have experienced in my inbox.
I recognize we are all unique and we each have different online habits and subscriptions, so your particular results may vary. Below is simply my estimation from personal experience, although I would believe it feels similar for many of you.
I’ve been to a fair number of conferences so far in my life and I don’t see the trend slowing down any time soon. Between the excitement of the Mautic – Open Marketing movement and the ever-growing community supporting the world’s only open source marketing automation product, I’m on the road a lot. But don’t think I’m complaining. Not for a second. I enjoy the opportunity to share Mautic with the world. But that’s only half the joy. I also get the tremendous privilege of attending conferences and seeing how others think about the MarTech landscape and the business of sales and marketing. Continue reading Conferences & Storytelling: SiriusDecisions 2018 Summit
I wrote yesterday about Learning Something New and thought that maybe a great example would be living by example and take just a very quick post today as a follow-up to share what I learned! Continue reading Growing with GitHub and GraphQL
I am almost embarrassed to write this due to the lateness with which I am apparently reading this particular blog post, but for those that have beat me to it I beg for your patience while I get a bit excited in sharing my personal discoveries. Okay, with that being said let me dig in and get a bit more specific. Continue reading Cyborgs and AI
I love reading about cutting edge technology and exploring what will be coming next in tech. Most recently I have been reading everything I can about serverless architecture given the growing number of articles and discussions surrounding this trend. Continue reading Exploring Serverless PHP
Recently the hype has been growing surrounding the removal of various social media apps from cell phones. Whether the action is due to social pressure, personal resolution or otherwise the outcome is the same – reduced social media usage. I’ve read story after story of people doing this either as an experiment or as an attempt to overhaul their time spent on social media. Continue reading Phone Screen Experiment
This time of year the talk of resolutions, of change, and of self-betterment seems to take center stage. Everyone focuses on the things they want to better in themselves for the coming year. But why do we do this? Why do we take this time to lament our shortcomings and set goals for the future? Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions 2018
A recent Simon Sinek talk has been making its way around the internet and if you haven’t watched the video I’d encourage you to take a few minutes and listen to what he has to say. But before you jump on the bandwagon about how much you like or dislike Simon I want you to stop and think – regardless of your feelings about a person or their views consider the value in listening. Not hearing, and certainly not agreeing, but merely listening. Too often I think we form our opinions and then filter what we truly listen to as a result of our own way of thinking. But you don’t have to take my word for it… Continue reading Demonstrating Wisdom
We all know those people on social media who are incredibly proud of their small business, startup, or work ethic. And of course we know those Facebook friends who share every intimate detail of their day and their life. The question that interests me is which is a better use of social media and which is more appropriate. Even as I type that last sentence I struggle with such a harsh and complete distinction of a right vs wrong use of social media. Let’s look at the pros and cons for these two approaches and then see if we can draw a conclusion about the right approach to a social media strategy. Continue reading Social Media: Personal vs Professional