The other day I was watching a rerun of the Modern Family episode “Hit & Run”. Protagonist Jay Pritchett was attempting to sell his interior construction services to a young executive, whose perspective on what he wanted in an office closet was…somewhat askew. Continue reading
Instant gratification is running amok. Why does easy access demand an immediate response? This notion is more understandable in a business setting—where the weight of a company’s money and time is constantly pressing—but it doesn’t end at the office door. I, rarely witnessed in the wild without my iTether, have been ridiculed by friends for not responding within minutes to casual, generalized salutations. There was no topic they wished to discuss, no statement they wished to make, no question they wished to pose, and yet I was saddled with their demand for an immediate, even superficial response. Continue reading
It’s noisy out there. The social sphere is a cacophony of sound, made up of hundreds of millions of users and brands all vying for personal attention and individual recognition. For every belief that remains unchanged since social media’s initial boom, there are beliefs that have been challenged, rewritten, or completely disproven. Continue reading
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (July 27, 2011)
*Brand Revitalization agency, Woodbine, announces today it has hired three new talented employees, Jason Drass, Rob Doerzbacher, Jr., and Vanessa Boynton, and promoted one seriously smart App grad, Ashley Davis.