Mark Buckshon's wonderfully rich blog, Construction Marketing Ideas, is in my humble opinion, perhaps the best resource there is for growing businesses in the architecture, engineering and construction industry. Every day, without fail, a new post is published that provides actionable advice, provokes thought, or forces one to question their own previously held assumptions. And … Continue reading What are the strategies and tactics behind 2017’s Best Construction Blog?
Science is hard work. However, science is arguably among the most critical pursuits of humanity — one might even be so bold as to claim that along with the arts, science represents the very manifestation of our humanity. The roots of scientific exploration and study lie not so much within the individual accomplishments of any … Continue reading Do Scientists really need their own social network?
Maintaining work-life balance is a frequent theme in the modern world that is a direct result of incredible advances in personal technology and mass adoption of those tools. High availability to corporate networks break down the formal walls that once separated work from home. However, as Paul Pluschkell writes at Wired, employees are spending plenty … Continue reading In the pursuit of effective real-time business communication, context is everything
I'm a huge fan of Gary Vaynerchuk and have been following his work for the better part of a decade. If you're like most people, you might be thinking to yourself, "Who is Gary Vaynerchuk?" The short version: Gary took his family's liquor store from $3M per year to over $60M per year by leveraging … Continue reading Gary Vaynerchuk’s keynote talk on the future of A/E/C business development at PCBC 2014
Last week I was in San Francisco to attend the 2014 PCBC event for home builders. While walking to the Moscone Center from Blue Bottle Coffee, I saw that the line was wrapped around Moscone and was worried I would be waiting hours to get in. Turns out, the line was actually for the Google … Continue reading “Google+ is no ghost town. It is more of a social referral graveyard.”