Three lessons for designers, marketers, and leaders The Coors Brewing Company was a relative latecomer to the light beer market among the major breweries in the United States. After briefly stagnating on the shelves, Coors Light, nowadays produced by the Coors Molson Beverage Company, is now the number two brand of beer sold in the... Continue Reading →
How I Co-founded and Grew a Tech Firm
Entrepreneurship is not an individual sport Robert Sargéus - Photo Courtesy of GESHDO Robert Sargéus was peeling off his cycling jacket and helmet when we met, even though his firm GESHDO’s new offices came with executive parking, complete with fast-charging stations. “I’m thinking full electric for when I get that company car,” he said. New... Continue Reading →
There Are No Lazy People
Only people who don’t like their job. |Photo by Johnny Cohen on Unsplash| There are two camps in the follow-your-passion debate. Those for it believe it to be the key to success. For those against, it is at best, an irresponsible piece of advice. Why can’t both be right? First, let’s grant it to the Againsts: Not everyone is so lucky that circumstances allow him or... Continue Reading →
Help! My Boss is a Jerk, What Can I Do?
It’s not your boss, it’s you. |Photo by Craig Adderley from Pexels| Generally, I like to invoke the API Principle (Assume Positive Intent). Chances are, your boss really isn’t a jerk. However, even if we assume that your boss truly is a jerk. You’re still not off the hook. This is still about you. Ask your friends what you... Continue Reading →