All posts by Bill Ringle

The Perfect Print Ads for the Social Media Age

Burger King’s “Burning Stores” campaign recently won the Grand Prix at Cannes. The criteria to win was for a print that classically portrayed a message in one image, in our modern age. Burger King’s

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What the 1900s Can Teach You About Content Marketing

Although today’s technology products are evolving at a rate faster than ever, the tried and true methods of content marketing have been around since the end of the nine-teenth century. In 1895,

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30 Day Challenges to Change Your Life

For people who like to make changes in their lives by jumping into the deep end, 30 day challenges are a great way to avoid procrastination and get excited about change. A recent Inc article lays out

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What Jeff Wiener Taught Us About LinkedIn’s Focus on Hiring Top Talent in 3 Words

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner recently revealed his plan to look for talent in non-traditional places. The qualities Weiner is looking for include “passion and fire, a great work ethic, perseverance,

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The One Sign You Need to Know to Gauge Leadership Skills

Chip Bergh, chief executive of Levi Strauss & Co., recently spoke in an interview about how he uses “leadership transparency.” This transparency means having the emotional courage to stand

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Make a Boring Presentation Sound Interesting

How do you make your routine presentation on project progress sound more interesting to the audience? Annet Grant gives 4 steps to keeping your audience from falling asleep. Turn Data into Images.  Unless

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Thinking About Your Future

There are two simple steps to make when thinking about your future, according to recent Strategy+Business article by George Barbee. These are building your “foresight network” and improving

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Leading Millenials in the Workplace

A recent article from the Wharton School of Business reports on the stereotype that millenials (people born between 1980 and 2000), are often hard to keep in a business because they hop around jobs and

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Best Advice to Entrepreneurs from CEO: “Don’t do it”

David Rogier, CEO and CO Founder of MasterClass, gave a surprising answer on a question on Quora, when a user ask for the best advice for first-time entrepreneurs? His first bit of advice: was “Don’t

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Alberta’s Rainforest Framework for Cultural and Technological Progress

A new concept, called the “Rain Forest Framework,” is being adopted in Alberta, to help bridge the gap between technological progress and the success of society.  The Rain Forest Framework

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