What’s your sign? How about your love language? Which Kardashian-Jenner would you be? It’s safe to say we can infer something about other people and ourselves based on these various personality assessments.
What about for the workplace, though? Sure, you could ask your colleague which Kardashian they’d be, but there are certainly better options out there that, based on your answers, can (eerily) tell you a lot about yourself that you may or may not have known or acknowledged before.
The past year has illuminated some of the unfortunate realities of the Black experience in America. I won’t rehash the play-by-play of Black trauma here for you — if you’ve been tuned in to the news cycle, you’ve seen the videos and heard the reports. By now, we should all be well aware of the reckoning this country is having with the history of racism, prejudice and bias woven into its foundation.
The main goal of every email program — and even every individual email — is to provide value to your subscribers: to give them something useful in their inbox that they can truly enjoy seeing. This is especially our focus at Nebo, where our core value is being human-centered above all else. The creed of email marketing is to send the right message to the right person at the right time, and what better way to do that than an automated email?
In every writer’s career, there’s a project that makes you want to take an axe to the wall — and I mean every writer. Just ask Stephen King, who once called The Shining “a little story about writer’s block.” Relatable content.
No matter how accomplished you are, writer’s block is a natural part of the creative process. And what’s more, it’s not all bad. With the right mindset, writer’s block can be an opportunity, a chance to pause, seek inspiration, face your fears, adjust your writing setup, and rethink your project.
Whether you’re writing headlines, a blog post, or a novel, these tips from the Nebo’s copywriters will help you turn your next bout with writer’s block into a creative opportunity to get pen to paper — before you turn into Jack Torrance.
My phone does that thing where it reminds you of photos you took during the same week in previous years. It’s usually a happy reminder of a moment in the past that I thought was important enough to document (though to be honest, it’s usually pictures of my cats).