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Empathy, Orwell and Experiences

In his book Down and Out in Paris and London, author George Orwell (of 1984 and Animal Farm fame…) tells the story of penniless British writer Eric Blair and his adventures on the streets of…you guessed it…Paris and London. It was Orwell’s first novel and in good part, autobiographical. Although he came from a privileged […]


Silo-Busting for Better Customer Experience

One of the biggest challenges in delivering a seamless, consistent customer experience is organizational silos. Silos hurt the flow of information and fracture employee attention. Groups tend to focus on metrics that address their area of responsibility, which may hurt the overall customer experience if they aren’t tied to the overall experience that’s delivered to […]


B2B Brand Storytelling: Learning From Nike.

When it comes to consistently telling a brand story, few brands have the sustainable track record that Nike does. From its inception in 1971 (previously known as Blue Ribbon Sports), founders Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman have been unwavering with Nike’s mission: To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the world. What defines […]


Why Subscription is Critical to Growing Your Brand’s Audience

I’ve had the amazing pleasure of working with many brands to transform their marketing departments and build their content marketing programs. It doesn’t matter how big or small they are, they understand that how they get and keep people’s attention is very different from just a few years ago. They lead with value rather than […]