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In a listening to the 'Cracks' podcast on creativity and marketing, Mexican publicist Pico Covarrubias mentioned to the host (Oso Trava) about how the philosophy of 'The Four Agreements' and how it has served him in managing the staff of his agency of marketing. 'The Four Agreements' come from the homonymous book of the Mexican writer ...

Paul Rulkens is a productivity expert whose theories are applied by companies such as the oil company Exxon and the consulting firm McKinsey. From an engineering background, Rulkens has established himself as a respected author of business books and rose to mainstream fame thanks to a TEDx talk about why most ...

You have to make something clear: a customer who returns and returns is better, even with loyalty benefits like the ones you can manage from an administration system like Adminit, to one who only bought once and never returned to your business. The objective of this article is to decipher the brand loyalists or your ...

Eye love is born. And on the internet the star element is not the CMS or the programming but the typography with which we present ourselves to our users, on our websites (it also helps to have a good hosting service). Even without a single image, an attractive typographic game allows you to captivate ...

Bill Gates has never been and will never be recognized as a visionary and esthete, a legacy that belongs to the late Steve Jobs. The former Microsoft CEO is rather admired for having been a ruthless executive in times when personal computing was synonymous with Windows, plus a huge second act as a company philanthropist ...

In the world of retail (or retail sales), information is power. Whether you have a grocery store, restaurant, or boutique, it's really important that you're in control of your inventory, what you sell, and when you sell it. While you may think of a spreadsheet as more than enough, the daily movement ...