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Tell Your Story with More Empathy for Content Strategy Success

POSTED ON March 24th  - POSTED IN Context

Curiouser and curiouser! – Lewis Caroll, Alice in Wonderland The impulse Alice feels to jump blindly into the rabbit hole is the same motivation your audience feels while searching the internet. If you want to create a content strategy which will catch their attention you should be aware of their cognitive needs. Learn to tell […]

Millennial Think Tank: Self Expression, Selfies, and Personal Branding

POSTED ON October 26th  - POSTED IN Millennial Matters

Last week we tackled the fascinating subject of Selfies, Self Expression, and what the phenomenon of Selfies means. Is this generation simply incredibly narcissistic, or is something deeper happening? Our panel included: Samantha Estoesta, a young Millennial working in Public Interest Research Albert Qian, a young Millennial working in Silicon Valley. Kiernan McGinnis, young Millennial, 2nd […]

Mental Health in the Digital World

POSTED ON May 23rd  - POSTED IN Relationship to Technology

Mental Health Awareness month happens in May, but it is a discussion that should exist year round. One of the most pressing issues of our time is the stigma that surrounds mental health, which prevents individuals from seeking help. In the month of May we commit to talking about mental health from all sorts of […]

Leaders Don’t Seek Out Blame by @DanielNewmanUV

POSTED ON March 19th  - POSTED IN Work Culture

Editor’s Note: This post, written by Daniel Newman, was first published on MillenialCEO. Daniel Newman has kindly granted ArCompany permission to republish this post here. The Unpredictable Nature of Leadership If you have led long enough, I’m sure at least one plan, one perfectly concocted idea for business or life has gone awry. Regardless of […]