Eat Your Words is evolving—kind of.
Two different companies’ reactions to the same grief-fueled situation highlight the importance of customer service
Everyone expects you to monetize your online growth, but should that be the ultimate goal?
Losing a client is an excellent reminder that not everything lasts forever. How we respond is what matters.
I firmly believe the internet is both the greatest and worst invention in human history. It enables so much, but at what cost?
There’s an audience for everything, no matter how mainstream or obscure. We creators must keep creating. Over time, our audience will slowly build.
We’ll enjoy our entertainment more if we stop putting so much pressure on the things we enjoy and the creators who make them.
For better or worse, most of the food we eat today is because someone used creativity to pair ingredients that otherwise wouldn’t go together.
Thanks to an affinity for films like Minority Report, Enemy of the State, and Anon, I take my data privacy seriously. Do you?
It’s really easy to beat ourselves up when life happens. But, what good does beating ourselves up serve? Spoiler alert: it’s none.
Do you want to know how to win everything this year? Sure, we all do. The answer is a lot simpler than you realize.
You sure can try to multiply your productivity, but I guarantee it won’t happen. Here’s what you can do instead.