Monday, January 14, 2019

You Can Be a Great Leader and Also Have a Life


You Can Be a Great Leader and Also Have a Life  
Bridget Schulte, Harvard Business Review 
There is often a story in the business world that uses the flawed logic that achieving career success comes at a price of losing your personal life.  We have heard examples of Elon Musk and Mark Cuban sacrificing their lives to make billions.  It doesn’t have to be this way, however. Learn strategies on how it really is possible to ‘have it all’. 

Monday, January 7, 2019

Social Media Strategies

Social Media Strategies
Brendan Kane, Entrepreneur
Building exposure for your brand or company is no easy task.  Brendan Kane, a noted social media advisor to the likes of Taylor Swift, Rihanna, and Disney, walks us through several strategies to build a large social media following in a short amount of time with high levels of engagement.  Learn five helpful tips on steps you can take with more robust posts and better content, using strategies that apply to multiple social media platforms.

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Dolvin Notes - January Video Picks


Dolvin Notes - January Video Picks For You

How to Protect Yourself
How to minimize the impact related to a data breach 


Sunday Driver
How self-driving cars could become a reality

Design Guru
How a Harvard professor uses toys and origami to transform design


Monday, December 31, 2018

Answering Tough Questions

Answering Tough Questions
Adrian Dearnell, Forbes
Answering tough questions with poise, sincerity, and leadership is vital for any professional.   And in the age of viral news where your words can travel around the world in a few seconds, the ability to effectively communicate your answer to a tough question is even more key.  Get some good tips from a noted journalist that you can use whenever you have a hard question. 

Monday, December 24, 2018

The Green Bean Casserole Guide to Good Communication

The Green Bean Casserole Guide to Good Communication
Alison Davis, Inc.
The green bean casserole is a staple dish, especially during the holiday season; and the casserole shows that a dish doesn’t have to be complex to be good.  In the same vein, when we communicate with our client and co-workers, we need to resist the urge to use complex verbiage.  Simple, effective, clear communication works better in the end.  Learn how you can use the casserole as a role model for rejecting complex communications in favor of simplicity.  

Monday, December 17, 2018

6 Tips for Getting What You Want From an Airline

6 Tips for Getting What You Want From an Airline 
Jonathan Wolfe, NY Times
Air travel can often be unpredictable with people missing connections and flights being cancelled.  Jonathan Wolfe of the New York Times explains how social media can help travelers rebook flights, check in, track a lost bag, and more, along with 6 tips on how to leverage social media to get faster service on your next trip.   

Monday, December 10, 2018

What percentage of SMBs Experience Cyber Attacks?

What percentage of SMBs Experience Cyber Attacks?
Security Magazine
A recent study conducted by the Ponemon Institute revealed that nearly 70% of small businesses experience cyber attacks.  While SMBs increasingly face the same cybersecurity risks as larger companies, only 28 percent rate their ability to mitigate threats, vulnerabilities and attacks as “highly effective”  and nearly half have no understanding of how to protect themselves.