Hugs. Remember hugs?! I miss hugs. I even miss the awkward “do I hug you or shake your hand at a meeting or some weird shoulder touching while holding hands combo” thing. The miserable coronavirus has taken away that most basic of human experiences – hugging. What if there could be a tool that both […]
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Snakes on a Phone!
“Every great story seems to begin with a snake” – Nicholas Cage I am approached every day by digital health companies looking to introduce me to their new products. 98% of them seem to be virtually the same: the new, new population health program, the next greatest re-admission avoidance product, yet another approach to […]
Learn or Die!
I have a new favorite TV show: Join or Die with Craig Ferguson. Ferguson is a irreverent, sometimes raunchy Scottish comedian who used to host the Late Late Show alongside his skeleton puppet sidekick Geoff. Join or Die airs Thursdays at 11 pm on the History Channel, which is your first clue that this isn’t […]
Wish I’d Done More Sales and Marketing! Building the Best Part of the Oreo
Over the last 20 years I have collected tons of business cartoons to use in presentations and other work projects. One cartoon, in particular, is getting so worn from overuse that I should probably have it laminated. It is this one: I have dragged out this beauty when companies have asked me about how to […]
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People Magazine: Your Best Source for Pharmaceutical Info
I fly a lot and while I like to work on planes when I am not depositing sleep-induced drool on my seatmates, I also like to read trashy magazines. It’s my opportunity to engage in this guilty pleasure when no one is paying attention. My go-to threesome of magazines is pretty much always the same: […]