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A Brief History of Productivity: How Getting Stuff Done Became an Industry
Anyone who’s ever been a teenager is likely familiar with the question, "Why aren’t you doing something productive?” If only I knew, as an angsty 15-year-old, what I know after conducting the research for this article. If only I could respond to my parents with the brilliant retort, "You know, the idea of productivity actually dates back to before the 1800s." If only I could ask, "Do you mean 'productive' in an economic or modern context?"
Topics: food, productivity, brief, war, things, available, idea, history, getting, technology, stuff, industry, google, tools, todo.
Be Mine: A Brief History of Valentine's Day Marketing
When I was in grade school, Valentine's Day was one of my favorite holidays. There were cards. There was the possibility that your crush actually liked you back. And, there was the chocolate -- so much chocolate.
Little did I know that the roots of this holiday bore little-to-no resemblance to my childhood experience of it.
Topics: england, chocolate, holiday, brief, company, day, marketing, valentine, history, cards, valentines, love.
How to Write a Creative Brief in 7 Simple Steps [Examples + Template]
The first step in any successful project is drawing up a game plan with a clear objective. That’s why marketers love creative briefs. But if you’re just starting out in a creative role, or are taking on your first gig as a designer or consultant, you might not know how to write one effectively.
Topics: template, team, challenges, company, ________, project, simple, brief, brand, write, creative, steps, examples, audience.
How to Write a Video Script [Template + Video]
Movie producers and inbound marketers aren't that different when it comes to creating and editing video content.
We're both telling a story, and whether that story is about a protagonist or a product, we're both trying to captive our audiences and make them believe in the story we tell.
What happens at the end of the story is a little different, though.
Topics: post, start, brief, example, blog, video, template, topic, youre, script, write.