A photo series: Britain, 2019

A couple of summers ago I returned to Britain after a forced absence of four years, and the photographic output of that trip seemed to encapsulate what was going on in my own life, and even more so in regards the country. Returning again last year, however, felt less significant. Not because things were any different politically, I’d just become more accustomed to them that’s all. Or perhaps more accurately, horribly resigned to them. The photographs I ended up taking, on the other hand, remaine...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Britain

15 Content Marketing Statistics that Prove the Value of Your Efforts

Let’s take a pause. You’ve been running on the content hamster wheel, hopefully executing on an informed and actionable content marketing strategy. But what’s it all for? Why are we doing it in the first place? Let these 15 content marketing statistics remind you that, yes, you are on the right path. For starters, in 2019, roughly 25.8% of internet users were blocking advertising on their connected devices. Ad targeting is going to get increasing more complex with new privacy regulations bein...
Tags: Apple, Google, Instagram, Seo, Content Marketing, Cisco, Cmi, Animoto, Wyzowl, Social Media Consulting, Firefox Advertising, Kapost Oracle Eloqua, Demand Metric Content

Driving the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: The Ultimate Road Trip Itinerary

Looking for one of the most beautiful road trips in the world? Consider driving the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. While this is one of the best known road trips in Canada, I hadn’t heard of it until recently — and I was stunned at just how special it was. This summer I’ve been spending a lot of time in Atlantic Canada, which is one of the better decisions I’ve made lately. This is one of my new favorite parts of the world. But one of the biggest highlights of Atlantic Canada has bee...
Tags: Google, New York, London, Featured, Instagram, Boston, Massachusetts, Southeast Asia, New York City, US, Blog, Canada, Atlantic, New Hampshire, Maine, Hawaii

headspace, not bodyspace

This morning on the trail. I’ve never in my life enjoyed working out, but I’m no stranger to the gym. When I was in my 20s and 30s, I was on a constant mission to stay and remain thin. My entire motivation was looking great in a bikini, or a body-conscious dress. There’s no shame in being motivated by physical beauty, but for me, this led to some pretty unhealthy habits, often ...
Tags: Photography, Alex, Harvey, How To Make Light

The Art of the Personal Project: Christ Chavez

The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.  I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before.  In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project. Please note: This thread is not affiliated with any company; I’m just featuring projects that I find. NOTE: if you have a personal project that...
Tags: Photography, Personal Project, Suzanne Sease, The Martin Agency, Kaplan Thaler Capital One Best, Christ Chavez

The Best Mentor You Can Find is Up to You!

“The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to him his own.” — Benjamin Disraeli WHEN I WAS a young Army lieutenant, I met with my Assignment (Personnel) Officer, Major Tom Montgomery in Washington D.C. on my way to Germany in the summer of 1977. I never expected that he would become my first true mentor. There was no contractual agreement or even a discussion about such a relationship, and through all these years, I’ve never mentioned the word “m...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Washington, Germany, Army, Marine Corps, Pentagon, Terry, Craig, David Petraeus, Joint Chiefs of Staff, Jim Conway, Benjamin Disraeli, Tom Montgomery, Marine Corps Forces Pacific

Independence and the Art of Timeless Work with Zoë Keating

A cellist since the age of eight, Zoë Keating pursued electronic music and contemporary composition as part of her Liberal Arts studies at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. I came across her music almost 10 years ago and love it so much I reached out to see if she would be interested on being on the show. Not only did she respond, she left us reeling from her incredible live performance and chat on art + entrepreneurship. Now she’s back on tour with her latest album Snowmelt. In this episode, ...
Tags: Death, Photography, Podcast, New York, Parent, New York Times, Motherhood, Musician, Zoe Keating, Sarah Lawrence College, chasejarvisLIVE, CreativeLive CreativeLive, Independent Artist, Liberal Arts studies

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