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When you’re creating all day, sometimes you just need a break. A creative outlet to keep the creative…well…more creative. Something different. Something to immerse in after the close of business that keeps you energized, challenged and hungry for more.  Creativity is defined as the ability to develop and express yourself and your ideas in new...
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word of mouth marketing - another perspective
Outside religion, arguably the most successful example of word-of-mouth marketing is a lullaby. The lullaby. Wiegenlied. The Cradle Song. It was the result of a short-lived German romance almost two centuries ago. Millions of children have dozed off to it, and it’s because Bertha Faber would sing Austrian folk music to her boyfriend, Johannes Brahms....
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best-career-advice
I’ve received a lot of career advice over the years. Here are some words of wisdom to consider.  Recently, I was asked to provide career advice to a group of young, ambitious college students. Wait, what?! Do my wrinkles finally qualify me to stand on my own soapbox and provide wisdom to others? Well, here...
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It has been just over a year since I stepped into the role of President at Stoltz Marketing Group – a whirlwind of a year that seemed to go by in the blink of an eye. It’s been an absolute joy to partner with the many talented people that work here, as well as welcome...
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I had the pleasure of attending the 2018 HOW Design Conference in Boston the first week of May, where we learned more about emotional marketing. Filled with inspiring and educational classes, it was nothing short of amazing. Not to mention eating fabulous food, attending a game at the green monster and hanging out with my...
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It’s a Stoltz tradition: every year, our company retreat consists of rafting, unplugging, lots of laughter, and great food. But this year was by far the most magical. Last weekend, we ventured down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River for a four-day company retreat. Yes, the Middle Fork. The most alluring, incredible backcountry rafting...
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When I was younger, I had a slew of journals. Some had doodles, others were diaries, but most were filled with stories and poems. There was something so comforting about putting pen to paper and watching the words come out. However, as technology grew, the good old pen and paper became obsolete. I stuck with...
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I sat down to write this post 20 minutes ago and instead started a grocery list, consumed 13 almonds (okay, 48 but that’s not important), searched Getty images and watched a video about the secrets of Disneyland while working on a design layout. None of which I sat down to do. But there’s a reason...
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Sometime last year I was listening to Pandora on my phone at the gym when my music was interrupted by an advertisement. At first, I felt annoyed, until I found myself giggling at what I was hearing. A few days later when listening to the ad for a second time, I immediately grabbed my phone...
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It’s been a decade since Boise hosted March Madness, and needless to say, the town was excited. Tickets sold out, parking garages were reserved, and droves of people from neighboring states hustled to Idaho’s capital to watch the first round.  According to The Idaho Statesman, we gave them a good Boise welcoming. Fans packed the Taco Bell Arena with 12,000 basketball...
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