How French People Sing Along To American Songs (And What It Can Teach Us About Impostor Syndrome)

As my sister-in-law explained it to me while we listened to a bar band in France play standard American bar band songs, When French people like a song but don’t speak the language, we call the made-up words we sing along with “yaourter.” It means “yogurt,” or “to yogurt.” When you’re yogurting you’re just doing … Continue reading How French People Sing Along To American Songs (And What It Can Teach Us About Impostor Syndrome)

Podcast Of The Week: Making The Big Leaps With Angie Colee

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Angie Colee is a marketer and coach I greatly admire. A big part of the reason for my admiration is her "get back up and keep fighting forward" attitude. She's taken some amazing career strides very publicly in the past several years and it's been remarkable to follow along. Angie recently appeared on the Copy … Continue reading Podcast Of The Week: Making The Big Leaps With Angie Colee

Human Resources With Soul: Follow Rules AND Grow Talent

In Rishad Tobaccowala’s book, Restoring the Soul of Business, he addresses the two roles Human Resources (HR) play in an organization. These are handy rules in general about the human relationships we build inside of organizations of any size, with or without a dedicated department. HR Rule #1: to ensure processes, laws, and systems are … Continue reading Human Resources With Soul: Follow Rules AND Grow Talent