Is Voicemail Benefiting or Hurting Your Business? Why did Coca Cola give up Voicemail? How about JP Morgan Chase? Woah, those are two big multinational companies! Their situation can’t possibly be the same as that of the typical small business, right?
Every Easter at Office Divvy, we hold an annual Jelly Bean Guessing Contest. This is how it works: We stuff a glass jar with jellybeans, and count them one by one as we put them in. Don’t worry, no hands touch the jellybeans, we are hygiene-freaks.
This blog post previously appeared in the Old Office Divvy Blog Folks often ask us: What CMS platform should I build my website on? The answer is: It depends…
This blog post previously appeared in the Old Office Divvy Blog One key element in marketing effectiveness is right timing –that is right timing for the target prospect to notice and/or consider your offer. The wisdom in repeating your ads/marketing messages is in that if you do it right, you’re increasing the chances of finding that right timing for your audience to notice/consider your offer. Key reasons to repeat your […]
Lifehacker has an interesting article on how to use a timer to get more things done by creating a system whereby you dash through your-to-do list; and keep the time as you do it. Here’s an excerpt from the original article: Stop Procrastinating and Dash Through Tasks with a Timer Trick yourself into starting by deciding to work on the task for just a handful of minutes and guarantee yourself […]
This blog post previously appeared in the Old Office Divvy Blog Most people saw Randy Pausch’s The Last Lecture through the YouTube videos going around in 2009, 2010. His book The Last Lecture gives a little more depth to his presentation, his principles, and his life. An interesting chapter in his book is when he talks about what he knows when it comes to time management. Here are the 7 […]
This blog post previously appeared in the Old Office Divvy Blog 37 Signals Founder Jason Fried says that the your regular office isn’t a good place to do get work done. Your regular office may include your brick-and-mortar daily office location (including your home office). Where do you really go when you really need to get some serious work done? Fried says he typically gets three kinds of answers to […]
This blog post previously appeared in the Old Office Divvy Blog Email and I are not friends… Aside from the fact that I find email a weak way to communicate (particularly when you’re dealing with multiple team-members), I just think that there is just too many of it. Plus it’s a constant interruption. I use Microsoft Outlook, and like most people when a new email pops up in my computer, […]