Monthly Archives: September 2003

Break Free Of Your Editorial Calendar!

I just had a great idea. About four or five times a month, I find myself at some sort of business lunch. Whether with a client, prospective client, colleague, whatever, it’s the rare week that goes by where I’m not lunching with someone in the middle of the work day. So here’s what I’m thinking. What if, at the beginning of each year, I mapped out what I was going to talk about at each of these lunches for the […] Click to read more…

 

You Don’t Bring Me Flowers Anymore

This past August 7th marked the one year anniversary of my moving into a new office. I’m thrilled to report that in recognition of the event, my landlord gave me. . . . nothing. No flowers, no phone call, no card; not even a meaningful wink as we passed in the hallway that morning. Of course I don’t really blame him. He was probably not aware of the significance of the day, and even if he were, who’s ever heard […] Click to read more…