We all understand just how important reading can be in our daily habits. It helps us structure our personality and exercise our brain. Believe it or not, reading helps reduce stress and anxiety meanwhile keeping you motivated and inspired!
For a business to continue growing it is important to learn and understand communication in relations, groups, team and networks. So, how does Reflective Practice relate to all of this?
I love numbers, and always have. I can recall growing up driving along the highway with my parents and looking at exit signs trying to guess how many letters were in each word. Grocery store price tags get me excited as I calculate price per oz or unit and find the best value possible. Charts and graphs have always make me giddy, so it’s only natural that I fell into the field of data-driven marketing where the backbone of any companies success is based off “analyzing the numbers.”
Warning: This is not your typical case study.
Yes, you’ll learn how LoveRecon went from a new organization with no website, no leads, and no audience to a fast growing, purpose driven brand with hundreds of interested prospects and over 1000 fresh qualified audience members.
It has been said that difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations. Sometimes motivation may be difficult to come by, so it is important to find the spark that ignites your drive. Some find it in the soft tones of music, others find it through lyrical poetry, and others through story telling.
Flashback 5 years. I’m a college freshman and of course, a graphic design major. Entering college, I knew I had to choose a major, but what I didn’t know right away was that I needed to choose an emphasis as well.
Ever been so frustrated or disheartened in the pursuit of any of your dreams? Like most businesses small or large, they all have one thing in common, failure. I know this may sound crazy at first, but really think about it. Think of a multi-million dollar company that you know had failed at some point in the past? Crazy right?!
According to a study by Equifax, forty percent of employees who left their jobs voluntarily in 2013 did so within six months of starting in the position. And another 16 percent of all employees who left on their own choosing did so within 12 months, meaning more than half of voluntary turnover happens within a year of new hires' start dates1. This is why employee retention is so important.
Since April Fool’s Day falls on Easter this year, many companies are looking to create a splash before everyone focuses their attention on egg hunts and chocolate. It is a great day for Marketers to participate in because humor is a powerful marketing tool. Every year, big brands and consumers, are ready to engage in this once-a-year phenomenon. Why do so many brands participate in this event? And why is it such a great marketing tool?
Who else here has struggled with combining fonts? I definitely have and that’s okay. I could be wrong, but I’d like to say all graphic designers have, especially when starting off. The struggle is just a part of the learning process.