Monthly Archives: September 2020

In a recent episode of SkyeTeam’s People First! podcast, Lisa sat down with Morag Barrett to explore what it means to be human during the pandemic and what mindful marketers share in common. They also discussed how marketing is changing forever, as well as some of the limitations of Big Data. Click below to listen.

Here are a some highlights from the podcast:
Lisa’s leadership journey – 1:00
What is mindful marketing –…

Last Sunday marked the final outdoor swim team practice of the season for me. It felt bittersweet, for sure. This was one of the most memorable summers for me in many ways.

One reason was that I enjoyed multiple lake swims in Vermont and outdoor practices. But with the Fall Equinox arriving today, the chill in the air swiftly ushers me to the indoor pool.

Long, intense workouts are not foreign to me. I’ve been swimming since I learned to walk….

What makes #veterans resilient leaders and #entrepreneurs? In honor of all 9/11 veterans, we discuss the topic in this episode of our Mindful Marketer Live Steam, featuring John Nicholson, General U.S. Army Retired, and Suzie Mills.

Follow Lisa on LinkedIn to tune in to the Mindful Marketer LinkedIn series the first 3 Fridays of each month at 1:30pm ET.

In this episode from our Mindful Marketer LinkedIn Live Stream series, Lisa was joined by Michael Taylor for a discussion about the five simple questions that have helped their businesses and their client’s businesses repeatedly bounce back from a crisis and thrive, including the current economic maelstrom.

Follow Lisa on LinkedIn to tune in to the Mindful Marketer LinkedIn series the first 3 Fridays of each month at 1:30pm ET.

Two weeks ago, US presidential candidate Joe Biden and Kamala Harris announced their candidacy on a platform of kindness and empathy. As the week of virtual convention activities unfolded, it was clear that these themes will remain part of the Democratic party’s hue and cry until (and hopefully beyond) the November 3 election.

Hard as Democrats may try, empathy is STILL in short supply in our country today, and it is taking its toll on our citizens. Today, NPR’s Rhitu Chatterjee reported that most citizens are simply unsure when the next pandemic or political shoe will drop….

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