I have a . . . lot of miscellaneous food photos that I’ve pretty much never looked at again after taking them. Here is one of them.Continue reading “Photo Challenge – Week 4: congee”
Want to make more sales? Stop focusing so GD much on sales.Continue reading “So … not getting enough sales? You might be doing it wrong.”
Sometimes I get pulled into this overwhelmingly sober headspace where I’m like, “time is a construct, what is even reallllll.” Seriously — sober. Then nature pulls something simple yet awe-inspiring— like pushing along those yearly blooms on my weeping cherry tree, and those thoughts are replaced with something more like, “nature is beautiful, and the perception of time facilitates its appreciation.” Which, okay is a bit stream-of-consciousness-y and might not totally follow, but whatever.Continue reading “Photo Challenge – Week 3: Weeping Cherry Blossoms”
For better or for worse, I am the de facto photographer for many of my extended family members’ special occasions.Continue reading “Photo Challenge – Week 2: Family Favors”
I’m a sucker for descriptive language. And while lots of newfangled internet-borne slang doesn’t do it for me, there’s definitely some industry jargon that just slaps and gets right to the dang point. That’s right — bring on the marketing jargon, folks. 📊
Today’s walk down marketing jargon lane features a look at the customer journey, specifically: passion and friction points.
Let’s define passion points and friction points.Continue reading “The Passion in Friction: A Totally SFW Marketing Brain Dump”
This snapshot was very nearly an afterthought. Even so, it’s meaningful to me, as it represents the all-encompassing expectation you feel when you’re about to do something you know is going to be amazing. You’ve been looking forward to arriving at the beach, and that 3-hour drive was brutal on your tailbone. But now you’re here, and you can’t wait to get to the other side of that dune.Continue reading “Weekly Photo Reflection Challenge – Week 1: Expectation”