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5 Tips to Building a Content Culture Inside Your Business

5 Tips to Building a Content Culture Inside Your Business

It’s no longer a secret, content marketing is the most cost-effective way to a customer’s eyes, ears and heart — especially if you can get your internal team on the content-producing bandwagon. The problem is, 44 percent of marketers claim that content production is their biggest challenge, and if the

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How to Build Your Corporate Culture [Infographic]

How to Build Your Corporate Culture [Infographic]

CMO’s and HR leaders who want to improve employee engagement and enhance the company culture have some new insights, thanks to a report and infographic by the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Council and Executive Networks. Making the Workplace a Brand-Defining Space (fee charged), funded by Culturesphere, found almost 70

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Is Your Boss or Your Phone Ruining Your Dinner?

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Admit it. While your spouse mulls over appetizers at the local restaurant, you dive into your work email. Or maybe you’re really clever and take a “bathroom break.”

Either way, you work when you’re supposed to play. We all do. Believe me, that phone tempts me even as I manage my 10-year-old’s Little League team.

Is there no longer a work-life balance? Maybe not, a report by enterprise collaboration provider Workfront discovered.

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We Couldn’t Have Done It Without You, Mom

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Summer of 1986. T-Ball city championship. Twins versus Astros. Gloucester, Mass. The Twins make the final out of the inning. Their players begin to scurry off the field to prepare for their final at-bat.

One of those players, the center fielder, stopped for a bathroom break. Right there. On the baseball field. In his pants. In front of everyone.

About 15 minutes later, that player, with a fresh pair of shorts, would hit a towering, game-winning home run. And the Twins were champions.

Turns out, Mommy of course had an extra pair of shorts just for cases like this. Mom bolted out of the stands, shorts in hand, and took that center-fielder into the woods for a quick change.

29 years later, on this Mother’s Day weekend, that center fielder says, “Thank You.” Maybe he should have said it 29 years ago on that T-ball baseball field. But, hey, 29 years later in one of his tech articles — that’s not so bad, right?

So … Thank You, Ma Cathy, the Best Mother in the World, Love Your Son, Dom.

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