Here are the top 3 things I learned from sharing my message on humor at the IHOP.
Teacher has students drink her blood: Leadership on Acid (part 8) Yes, you read that right. Get ready for “A Spoonful of Blood Makes the Medicine Go Down” and more favorites from the remake of Mary Poppins where she is
Groupon should follow Google: Leadership on Acid (part 7) Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN), the daily deal website that has gained intense popularity since its inception in 2008, is now almost as ubiquitous as Facebook. One can only wonder if it will continue
Michael Jordan turns 50: Leadership on Acid part 6. I think we view Michael Jordan in sports the way we viewed Michael Jackson in music: Unquestionably one of the most talented players of their game. As I think about Jordan,
Examine your beliefs: Bromberg’s Leadership on Acid Part Three Last night, I thought my trackpad on my laptop died. It just stopped working. I started to feel like I had some curse with electronics because, despite taking great care of
Sandy Hook Hoax: Bromberg’s Leadership on Acid Part Two Is the Sandy Hook Shooting a hoax? I would be surprised if we indeed find that to be true. Leaders of media have to be able to confirm or deny a
How do you use leadership during the holidays? As we get into the holiday season, we think about turkeys (or tofurkeys), Santa Claus, Jingle Bells, and perhaps most prominently, buying or selling gifts. Marketers do their very best to single
Leaders and Leadership Many people think they know what it means to be a leader, a manager, a head-of-marketing, a head-of-whatever, or a corporate executive. After doing some research about what makes successful leaders tick, I came to a few
Coming back from a 24 point deficit, midway in the third quarter, the Detroit Lions triumphed over the Dallas Cowboys proving that the underdog should never ben underestimated.