By Mellissah Smith, Founder of Marketing Eye
As I reflect on my three-decade journey in the dynamic world of marketing, from my early days at the front desk to running an international marketing firm with a diverse range of clients, I'm reminded of the countless lessons learned and the continuous evolution of our industry. The marketing landscape has seen seismic shifts, and the way we approach our craft has transformed in ways we could never have predicted. This journey of learning, adapting, and thriving has not only shaped our team and client experiences but also the very essence of what it means to be a marketer in this day and age.
I’m almost terrified to write this down, but it is something that has to be said. As I sit with my 40-something year old friends, we all sit with a similar dilemma that leaves each and everyone one of us slightly unfulfilled.
I've lived an interesting life. Like many entrepreneurs I have gone from having an idea to seeing it through, having another idea and seeing it fall in a heap and then the momentum of building a business to heights that you actually have never imagined.
A first world problem for sure, but it is one I see regularly as an entrepreneur and one who travels widely around the world.
We all work hard. I don't have children, but I see a lot. I have opinions, just like most, but there is some substance in my opinions because I have been around for a long time.
Parents work hard to build their businesses and wealth. They do so because mostly, they didn't grow up with the wealth that they would have liked, or perhaps they just want to live a better life.
They accumulate wealth, and with that comes big houses, flash cars, holidays in the South of France and skiing in Aspen, and so on.
A lot of entrepreneurs understand money. How many understand what is the most important thing in life?Aug 31, 2016 Written by Mellissah Smith
Without profit, a professional services business is nothing.
A catalyst for many things in life is change. Do we want change, or do we want to keep doing the same things we've always done. You know that saying "If you do what you've always done, you'll get what you've always gotten." Tony Robbins nailed it with that one and I hear it over and over again, only to be reminded of how true this saying really is.
I am not one to complain, because let's face it - who wants to listen to anyone complain? I don't even want to hear myself complain... it's dull, and definitely not respectful to all the good things that go on in life.
New York is more than just another city in the big world we live in. It is a city with so much hope, excitement and opportunity, that even people that have glasses half empty, have to at the very least appreciate.
Improving the quality and care of your garments has and will always their top priority. Not only have they been focused on expansion and having a wider reach within the community, but they have recently undergone a branding refresh. After 40 years of service it was time for a new look and feel. Yes, their is new branding and a new location, but the same great service still exists.