Marketing Master - Author - Blogger - Dad
Jim Joseph is the chief integrated marketing officer and president of the Americas for New York-based communications agency Cohn & Wolfe, part of the media company WPP Group PLC. He is the award-winning author of The Experience Effect series, teaches marketing at New York University, and is on the board of directors for the number one branding school in the country, The VCU Brandcenter. Joseph's new book, , chronicles his unique journey as a father during a unique time in our cultural evolution. Out and About Dad
You have to come clean with yourself first if you expect authenticity from others -- in business and in life.
Prejudice does not discriminate. But as entrepreneurs, we celebrate defying norms, so this shouldn't be an issue.
You may not always come out on top with this approach, but you'll improve your odds of being happy more often.
While my journey is still in progress, I've made it to the other side in terms of figuring out what I want and trying to balance life's demands while getting there.
Jim Joseph doesn't miss diapers, but he does miss the primary school days. Oh, and the hunger of growing his agency.
The head of a marketing agency looks to the future as his two young adult children get ready for their next steps.
Business owners with kids can feel like there is never enough time to do everything at work and at home.
Put down your smartphone, take photos of your pooch -- and experience life to the fullest.
Labels box us into perceptions and structured roles often associated with negativity. So, don't use 'em.
When you're juggling two jobs -- entrepreneur and parent -- the days seem endless and the nights can feel just as long. And let's just admit one thing: there's very little reward, or it seems that way.
The owner of a marketing agency learned that he couldn't possibly do it all, not without a little help balancing the multiple demands of work and family.
The merging of work and family comes with the territory of being an entrepreneur and/or a small-business owner -- or really any kind of business professional.
When people know you're 'on your own' they just assume that you have a flexible schedule. Not so much. Try these three tips.
We all know both are hard, but what does it take to do both concurrently?
The head of a marketing firm writes about managing his business while rushing to parent/teacher conferences.
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