Good Things Come in Threes: Fish, Books and TAE’s Redesign

Today, three excellent things happened: I received an excellent rainbow fish from my elder child. 10 copies of The Book of Business Awesome arrived in the mail, courtesy of Scott […]

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Dear HigherEd Communicators: John Tesh is Kicking Our Asses

Yes, you read that right. John Tesh. John, “I used to host Entertainment Tonight in the days when Mary Hart’s legs were insured for a million dollars each,” Tesh. John, […]

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You Want to Write? Here’s The Analytic Eye’s Advice

A couple weeks back, my friend Matt sent me a message on Facebook: Weird question for you: You’ve always been a gifted writer, and have pursued it as a career. […]

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The Part Where We Switch It Up

Hi, blog readers. Lately, I haven’t had as much new content for you as I would like. And, as you can see in the graph above, it’s pretty clear via […]

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Why Franchises Need Cohesive Social Media Policies

My Twitter stream wants me to get on Pinterest. Internet: It’s the next big thing, emw. You should be there. Me: Probably true, Internet. Friends who use Pinterest do seem […]

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The Analytic Eye Gets Un-Marketed

In November 2011, I wrote about Vee Popat‘s viral success marketing Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The Nightmares piece continues to be one of my most popular posts […]

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Kevin Costner’s Master Class on Delivering a Eulogy

A few weeks back, Whitney Houston died and was buried. I’m not much of a Houston fan. Truthfully, I wouldn’t describe myself as a music fan. But as the news […]

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