From the page: "www.indyfringe.org "
From the page: "www.indyfringe.org "
From the page: "The benefits of social media marketing include brand awareness, building your overall profile with specific audiences, connecting with a broader conversation in your niche, and driving traffic and exposure to your key content."
From the page: "In 2013, 19 percent of Google窶s ad revenue came from mobile search ads, and it窶s expected to rise to 30 percent over the next 3 years, according to eMarketer."
As a new business, SkiSkootys made many mistakes until they began working with Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP. They started working with the firm when a possible caustic situation arose. BGD provided the family and their business with several options to find a solution.
Attorneys J. Mark Grundy and Brian W. Chellgren also helped create a firm business foundation, focusing on patent work, trademark work and international contract negotiation. Motivated to protect their client from their competitors, Grundy and Chellgren utilized BGD's network of international associates.
SkiSkootys is a family-owned and operated business. The concept was developed in the family home, which also serves as office headquarters and product warehouse. SkiSkootys currently works in 18 states and 8 countries.
For more, visit www.bgdlegal.com.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorney Michael A. Grim discusses the options available for those who may want to disclose an offshore account through the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP).
Can the legislature prospectively define, by statute, the meaning of an amendment to the Indiana Constitution? That's the question when it comes to House Bill 1153--a bill being considered as a companion to House Joint Resolution 3, the proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage. The answer is probably not.
Written by Michael Limrick, Bingham Greenbaum Doll
Summary of Michael Limrick's article "Constitutional Amendments and Companion Bills: What to Make of House Bill 1153". Michael is a partner at Bingham Greenebaum Doll.
From the page: "Heroes: How do we view leadership?
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Look at these 10 movies. What do they have in common?
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They all have heroes who were chosen.
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Someone came up to them and said, "You're the chosen one.
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There's a prophesy. You have to save the world."
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And then someone goes off and saves the world because they've been told to,
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with a few people tagging along.
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This helps me understand
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why a lot of people have trouble seeing themselves as leaders
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because it sends all the wrong messages about what leadership is about.
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A heroic effort is a collective effort,
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Number two, it's imperfect; it's not very glamorous,
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and it doesn't suddenly start and suddenly end.
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It's an ongoing process your whole life.
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But most importantly, it's voluntary.
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As long as we're teaching our kids
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that heroism starts when someone scratches a mark on your forehead,
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or someone tells you that you're part of a prophecy,
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they're missing the most important characteristic of leadership,
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which is that it comes from within.
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It's about following your own dreams --
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uninvited, uninvited --
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and then working with others to make those dreams come true.
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Political parties: oh boy.
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Political parties could and should be
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one of the basic entry points
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for people to get engaged in politics.
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Instead, they've become, sadly,
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uninspiring and uncreative organizations
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that rely so heavily on market research
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and polling and focus groups
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that they end up all saying the same thing,
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pretty much regurgitating back to us what we already want to hear
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at the expense of putting forward bold and creative ideas.
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And people can smell that, and it feeds cynicism. "
From the page: "Court case could mean 'death' of software patents"
From the page: "Stocks jumped in early trading after the Labor Department said U.S. employers added 203,000 jobs last month, greater than the 180,000 economists had forecast. It was the fourth straight month of solid gains in the job market and the latest encouraging sign for the economy."
From the page: "According to research firm IHS, the PlayStation 4 costs $381 to build, meaning that Sony is only making $18 on each sold console. "
From the page: "Have data, live smarter. That's the mantra of a new generation of connected products, from fitness trackers to finance apps. By measuring and aggregating your activity, whether it's steps taken or money spent, "smart" consumer products aim to help you see patterns in your life, giving you the information you need to change them for the better."
I was a member of the Heartland Film Festival Social Team this year and had an absolute blast celebrating 22 years of truly moving pictures with film makers and fans. This video is a compilation of all video clips (around 20 minutes). It includes the red carpet of 'Gimme Shelter' with Vanessa Hudgens!
Each clip can be viewed independently on my YouTube channel as well.
From the page: "Every business owner should have to repeat this saying at least 50 times daily. Profit is a result of customer behavior (in fact, it窶s really a lagging indicator of customer behavior).
After all of the research that exists on loyalty economics and the value of customer retention, the average company in America today loses between ten and thirty percent of its customers annually. The consulting firm Bain & Company has proven that a 5% change in the rate of retention can swing profits anywhere from 25-100%."
From the page: "Data security breaches continue to rise (in both size and frequency). One way companies are trying to combat this alarming trend is to implement advanced methods of user authentication."
Read my review of the new SlimSoft Toothbrush from Colgate.
From the page: "It窶s no longer about overcoming massive roadblocks that stand in our way 窶" it窶s about turning those so-called obstacles into opportunities, and how we navigate them to ensure that we窶re moving towards our goals with each step forward."
From the page: "Unlike other obsessions and addictions, perfectionism is something a lot of people celebrate, believing it窶s an asset. But true perfectionism can actually get in the way of productivity and happiness."
A few ideas to help you bust writer's block.
Great article about best practices for programmers by SmartFile.