Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.
Remember there's a big difference between kneeling down and bending over.
Careers in 20/20 returns with Dave Rotem, one of the most beloved and well respected people in the business. Currently he's Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Nextstar Media Group where he oversees multimedia sales and marketing for WGN America, a national cable network available in 75mm homes. Prior to joining Nexstar, Dave spent … Continue reading Careers in 20/20 – Dave Rotem
People who work hard often work too hard...May we learn to honor the hammock, the siesta, the nap and the pause in all its forms.
Lets' be honest, the first time any of us attempted to do something for the first time the results weren't great. The nature of being a beginner, to put it bluntly, is to suck. Going back to childhood, the first time we walked, rode a bike, wrote a sentence, swung a bat, swam, drew....you name … Continue reading You Suck, It’s Ok
Pressure is a privilege.
Tim Mickelborough joins this edition of Careers in 20/20. Originally from the UK, he's a veteran global marketing and media executive who has worked for some of the premier brands in the business both here and internationally. Currently Tim is the founder and CEO of the Global Marketing Exchange, a contemporary marketing apprenticeship program. Previously Tim … Continue reading Careers in 20/20 – Tim Mickelborough
No doubt some will find this post controversial. It is a complex topic that is better not reduced to provocative headlines like the one I chose. I'll admit I did so to get your attention as much as anything else. ok, enough set up, so what are we talking about? In an effort to control … Continue reading Breeding Rats Is Not The Answer
Without ambition one starts nothing. Without work one finishes nothing. The prize will not be sent to you. You have to win it. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
No matter how successful you get, always send the elevator back down.