The TikiKitchen Blog
When you have a new client, there are lots of ways to get to know their needs. One of the…
Covid-19! Am I right?! I don’t mean to be the 7 billionth person to mention it, but things are crazy…
For advertising to work well, you don’t have to have a full story — one with a beginning, middle, end, and a hero. Instead, you need to tap in to the viewers’ shared experiences — our cultural mythologies.
We love paying clients. They pay us—we pay our bills. But every now and then, we find a non-profit that we believe in, and we’re the first to raise our hands to help.
Video creation takes time and expertise that not everyone has. Sure, you can make a video yourself, but if you spend your working hours on creating marketing videos, you won’t have time to do your actual work—running your business!
What does the name “TikiKitchen” have to do with digital media? We get that a lot.
The struggle of the “Starving Artist” is merely the road to something awesome. Don’t Panic.
One day I’ll get back to that cartoon. For now, as The Doctor might say, I am getting to the place I need to be… the long way around.
A reflection on Chapter 1 of Drive by Daniel Pink It is hard to find *that* job that does not…
It doesn’t matter who you are meeting with. Each person in a meeting should have your full attention. Not the device that separates you.
Hey it happens. You think you have a great rapport with your client, and that everything is going smoothly. Okay…. smooth-ish. Something always comes up.
You get into routines. You work, you meet deadlines, you follow your schedule, and then you remember I need to put myself out there. At some point you’ve realized that you haven’t spent any of your time promoting your work. You’ve worked so hard to promote others that you forgot to promote your own.