stanfordbusiness:

In Monday’s Stanford GSB View From The Top Series talk, Richard Fairbank (MBA ‘81) shared the most important leadership lessons he learned while launching Capital One. Read more insights from his talk: http://stnfd.biz/pFEdD

stanfordbusiness:

In Monday’s Stanford GSB View From The Top Series talk, Richard Fairbank (MBA ‘81) shared the most important leadership lessons he learned while launching Capital One. Read more insights from his talk: http://stnfd.biz/pFEdD

From all of us here at i7 Marketing - Happy Labor Day!"All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence." Martin Luther King Jr.

From all of us here at i7 Marketing - Happy Labor Day!

"All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence." Martin Luther King Jr.

The power of social media - as example shows - solving problems can be faster and easier.
Social Media Spotlight Helps Former Marine Regain Eligibility to Play NCAA Football

The power of social media - as example shows - solving problems can be faster and easier.


Social Media Spotlight Helps Former Marine Regain Eligibility to Play NCAA Football

Success isn’t black and white when it comes to social media. The eventual goal and end state defines the eventual success but it’s a long climb up that mountain. And there are so many mini successes that should be celebrated along that climb. Jenn Herman of Jenn’s Trends
The bigger the goal the closer you will come to accomplishing something worthwhile. Focus on your goal and the rest will follow.

The bigger the goal the closer you will come to accomplishing something worthwhile. Focus on your goal and the rest will follow.

Listening to your client is vital to the relationship you have or are building with them. Don’t ruin it by not paying attention. http://ow.ly/m8r9n

Listening to your client is vital to the relationship you have or are building with them. Don’t ruin it by not paying attention. http://ow.ly/m8r9n

After four and a half intense and wonderful years as CEO of Groupon, I’ve decided that I’d like to spend more time with my family.

Just kidding - I was fired today.

If you’re wondering why… you haven’t been paying attention.

Andrew Mason’s goodbye letter is pretty awesome. (via daryn)

(via fastcompany)