The spring 2020 semester was a challenge, to say the least. Here’s a quick review of the term and how we dealt with the coronavirus on campus.
We at Boston For All conducted our first virtual event in support of The Greg Hill Foundation’s Restaurant Strong Fund to provide financial relief to local restaurant workers who have suddenly lost their income. We raised over $3,000 at this event from our generous friends, neighbors, and supporters.
Today’s publishing industry takes fewer chances on new authors. Having a strong author platform is one way to show that you are a low-risk investment. Why has this gotten even more important to publishers? Let’s take a look at the shift in power dynamics and what it means for authors trying to get signed.
My band, The Rockmores, is playing three shows this week. If you’re in the Boston/Cambridge area, come spend some time with us this week.
The interaction between you and your customer is unique to your business. But the “customer journey” has some common waypoints as we go from attracting that initial set of customers to developing a stable of loyal advocates.
I taught my course online for the first time this term. Here are my impressions about teaching online, both good and bad.
The best way to showcase your talent is by activating word-of-mouth marketing. Your message will travel further and faster in the hands of others. Growing your audience is not a passive process though. It requires a strategy, one that can seem counterintuitive at first glance.
Announcing the release of a new full-length album with my band, The Rockmores. It’s called Interrupting Everything, containing 10 songs about navigating today’s world and how technology affects our relationships.
There’s a myth that creativity and business don’t mix. In fact, the opposite is true: It’s never been more important to bring creativity into business, and there’s never been a better time to turn your creativity into a business. Here are 4 strategies to break down the myths that limit our potential.
Why does business need to a be a ruthless, zero-sum game? It doesn’t. You can still be successful by being nice – and in point of fact, I think that you can be even more successful if you unlearn some of the awful lessons that the corporate world teaches.