Every week, I review thousands of articles relating to marketing, business, productivity, or leadership. While many of the posts are insightful and well-written, some truly rise to the top and challenge my thinking or offer a new perspective.
Often, these gems don’t fit into the traditional topics covered on my blog; nevertheless, they should be shared and discussed.
This week, these pieces stood out:
- Business Professors Need to Spend Time In Companies (HBR)
- Past performance is not indicative of future results (Seth Godin)
- My first 30 days leading HubSpot Partner Innovative Marketing Resources (IMR Corp) (Nick Sal)
- REI’s #OptOutside campaign: 10 times more conversations than any other brand (Business Journal)
What stood out to you? Leave a note and link in the comments section below.