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
No matter what stage of development you're in domestically or professionally, making those around you feel confident is key.
Helping others to be the best they can be is the best gift you could ever give.
A mid-week night out is refreshing and adventurous and will make any relationship in your life stronger.
It's hard to hold back your feelings when something bothers you, but be sure to follow these three tips when the rage takes hold.
"No" just puts up a speed bump to what will eventually have to happen anyway. So why not just skip all of that drama, and start out with "yes."
You cannot be a successful entrepreneur all by yourself. You've got to rely on solid teamwork.
From the Doritos and Heinz dogs to Lady Gaga's show-stopper, even the little guys can learn what and what not to do given promotional opportunities.
Your co-workers might be smiling, but you have no idea what turmoil might be brewing inside.
When we don't state our intentions, we leave the recipients to interpret them as they will.
Dress for Success
Even in this era of jeans and T-shirts in the office, I still get dressed up -- for work, for fun and even for a weekend night at home.
For a time when my son was a baby, I had to adjust to a difficult sleeping position so he'd stop crying at night. And it worked. Here's what entrepreneurs can learn from this.
Not many pieces of advice apply perfectly to everyone. But this one does.
Enjoy this annual time of family gatherings, work parties and hanging out with your kids in new pajamas on Christmas Eve.
Different occasions and seating arrangements lead to different places for that all-important "head of the table."
Think hugs are just for family members and lifelong friends? Think again. Hugs may fit into a business setting near you.
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