Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers: How Ann Handley Does Great Work

This post is the first in our “Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers” series. We sat down with some of the most inspiring, influential speakers to discuss productivity, making work meaningful, and managing teams to do great work.


“Marketing is art plus intent.” —Ann Handley

For most of us, creativity

12 Best Quotes From Terri Trespicio at LEAP 2017

LEAP 2017 rolls on and with it some great sessions on everything from Agile to productivity to creativity. I had the good fortune of sitting in on a superb session by speaker and brand alchemist Terri Trespicio entitled "Out of Juice: How to Reinspire Yourself—and Re-Engage at Work."

In a

Michael Junior at LEAP 2017: "Live with Purpose and Find Your Why"

In case you've missed our coverage so far, this week is Workfront's user conference, known affectionately as LEAP 2017. As part of the conference, I attended a keynote by comedian and motivational speaker Michael Junior. I laughed. I cried. I learned something new about finding one's purpose in life

Rolling Out Kanban With Andrea Fryrear

This year, our special guest star on all things Agile marketing, Andrea Fryrear, will be providing Agile marketing newbies with a monthly step-by-step guide to their first year as an Agile marketer. This post is the fifth in the series. Enjoy!


If you’ve seen a photo of an Agile team at work, chances

Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers: How Lee Odden Does Great Work

This is the third post in our “Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers” series. We sat down with some of the most inspiring, influential speakers from marketing events around the world to discuss productivity, making work meaningful, and managing teams to do great work. The previous post featured advice on

How Short-Form Video Can Transform Your Marketing Team

Remember the good old days of communication? You know, the time before all our messages transmogrified into cold bits of zeros and ones?

Wouldn’t it be nice to reinject a little more humanity back into our work lives? After all, those emails and text messages can’t relay the facial expressions and

Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers: How Carlos Gil Does Great Work

This is the fourth post in our “Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers” series. We sat down with some of the most inspiring, influential speakers from marketing events around the world to discuss productivity, making work meaningful, and managing teams to do great work. The previous post featured advice

Consultant’s Angle: The Three P’s of Project Management

As a consultant charged with a project at a new client, you don’t know what is going to clobber you as walk through the door that first day. You may find your project team is exceedingly hostile, you sit three feet from the train tracks, and rats will steal your lunch (a true client story).

But you

Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers: How Jay Baer Does Great Work

This is the sixth post in our “Off-Mic with Masterful Marketers” series. We sat down with some of the most inspiring, influential speakers from marketing events around the world to discuss productivity, making work meaningful, and managing teams to do great work. The previous post featured advice on

Rolling out Scrumban with Andrea Fryrear

This year, our special guest star on all things Agile marketing, Andrea Fryrear, will be providing Agile marketing newbies with a monthly step-by-step guide to their first year as an Agile marketer. This post is the sixth in the series. Enjoy!


Chicken and waffles.

Chocolate and peanut butter.

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How to Improve Your Project Forecasting

Remember the 1940s cartoon Mighty Mouse? At the climax of each episode, the hero would swoop in to avert disaster at the last possible moment to the stirring tune “Here he comes to save the day!”

You’ll find that character type in most workplaces, minus the cape and rodent whiskers.

But what they

Keeping Your Work Organized … As it Happens

Keeping work organized is a fool’s task in today’s world.

The win-at-all-cost mentality of most businesses forces us to have too much to do and too little time to do it in so we sacrifice seemingly non-essential tasks (like the 10 to 15 minutes each morning to get organized for the day).


See our