Tag Archives: photography

3 Thoughts On Advertising

3, OK, 4 Thoughts On Advertising Here are some thoughts on advertising driven by three recent reads. What If There Was No Advertising? Imagine a world where all advertising was erased from the environment. That means no more urinal or bathroom stall ads; no more behavioral retargeting; movies and tv shows without commercials (oh, that’s […]

Photographs Vs. Brilliant Business Development Insights

No Brilliant Business Development Insights Today Too busy to pontificate (or bore you) – I am moving homes in Mexico. Going from my one-year rental to my newly built house in the Guadalupe Colonia in San Miguel de Allende. Guadalupe is known for its murals and tranquil vibe. So to pass the time, here are some photographs […]

Personal Update

Yes, It’s Personal First I was interviewed recently by Mitch Joel of WPP’s Mirum agency and its Six Pixels of Separation podcast. It’s the second time that we’ve discussed the “art” of business development and the state of today’s advertising business. While I recommend listening to ME!, I want to make sure that you add […]

Stuff’s Happening

Time Keeps On Ticking Some things on my plate. Just thought I’d share them to get out a quick personal update. I am now into my 8th month of living in Mexico. This was a great decision and great timing! I am in the process of writing a long(ish) blog post on lead generation -> lead nurturing -> pitching […]

Wednesday Photo

My Wednesday Photo This week’s Wednesday Photo is from a trip I made to Vietnam a couple of years ago. I occasionally travel with a photojournalist buddy who, to put it mildly, inspires me. The photo below was shot on Hanoi’s Long Biên Bridge which was built in 1899-1902 by the architects Daydé & Pillé […]