Check out samples of thought leadership content below. I’ve worked with clients for over 15 years helping them with projects where details matter, and for which thorough research and analysis is the foundation to creating compelling content for their audiences.
- Byline: How to Avoid Pitfalls During Power Outages, Mission Critical magazine
- Article: The X Factor, Leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Marketing Success, Forbes
- eBook: Securing Ruby on Rails Web Applications, Immunio
- Research Report: e-Commerce Shipping: Feeling the Need…the Need for Speed, LaserShip
If your project looks a little different, contact me and let’s chat about it.
Curiosity. Some say it killed the cat. Others say it is the first and last passion of great and generous minds. Perhaps the latter is true, as the world is full of great and generous minds at their best when learning something new.
Facilities owners and managers have many essential assets they need to protect from a host of environmental threats such as fluid leaks, temperature spikes, humidity, poor airflow and even air pressure issues.
Courage is not the absence of fear. It is taking an action, one that you believe is right or necessary, despite the fact that you are afraid. Indeed, some level of fear or self-doubt is necessary for courage to exist.
Humans are wired to appreciate a good story. We have been telling them for thousands of years — as spoken words, acted out at campfires, drawn on cave walls, carved into stone, painted on canvas… you get the idea.