Marketing Master - Author - Blogger - Dad
Jim Joseph is worldwide president 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 and teaches marketing at New York University. Joseph's new book, , chronicles his unique journey as a father during a unique time in our cultural evolution. Out and About Dad
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.
Run a Better Business
Different occasions and seating arrangements lead to different places for that all-important "head of the table."
Inspiring Your Team
Think hugs are just for family members and lifelong friends? Think again. Hugs may fit into a business setting near you.
Friends and Family
Even if you're terrible in the kitchen like me, you should prepare one dish to show how much you care for your loved ones.
Don't let your career carry you away from preserving the moments that really matter.
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.
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