As we party into the holidays and wrap up 2014, it is time to end the longest hiatus in the 3-year history of DigNuggetville. To be direct, a mantra that consistently echoes between my ears is BIG ROCKS FIRST. In August 2014, I became the Director of the MBA Program in the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University while at the same time, taught overload for the fall semester. I had many BIG Rocks to take care of and DigNuggetville had to take a back seat for a short time.
It didn’t help that I had big DigNugggetville plans for the fall. The last post was #295 and in my head, I had a number of special posts leading up to milestone post #300. I didn’t have the time for the special posts, and I didn’t change my mind that posts #296 – #300 could be normal Dr. Dan-o nuggets, so I had to be patient, take care of my BIG Rocks first and plan forward.
Now that hiatus is over, I’m going to get those special posts rolling and make the announcement at post #300. In the meantime, I am always finding interesting nuggets so enjoy the following links while I get writing.
-Marissa Mayer struggling at Yahoo?
-Additional Yahoo commentary by Daring Fireball’s John Gruber
-Tim Cook had one hell of a year!
-Bricks and Clicks will be a major trend in 2015?
-Why Companies Should Fire Bad Customers
-Guy Kawasaki on The Art of Social Media
-My newest – most favorite podcast – The #AskGaryVee Show
-A new blog that ranks/rates all the Marketing podcast out there…
Associate Professor of Marketing
Stillman School of Business
Seton Hall University