Earlier this month I sat down with Meaghan Lamm (the host of Feminist Visionaries Podcast) to talk about the corrosive effects of performative marketing on your brand, your clients, and your team. Because, like a whole host of dubious things, performative marketing often starts from within. Inside your company’s culture, burrowing into your message, and
I doomscroll. A lot. I spend so much time clutching my phone that my hands ache, and my hands are already terribly arthritic. I open and close multiple apps looking for a distraction from my brain at all hours of the day.
Have you ever had a prospective client that made you uneasy? The job seems straightforward enough, but there’s a part of you that wonders if you should just say no.
Or maybe you take the job, do the job, and somewhere along the way, realize that your client is full-blown crazypants? What do you do then?
What *is* the professional etiquette for these types of people, and what should you do about them?
In which we discuss the importance of comedy, and why it still matters.
Ritual of the Day #225: Aspic design may not be something that brings you joy, but we can certainly reflect on the reason for its practice.
Ritual of the Day #68: Listen to new music, for the music’s sake. Even if you don’t like it the first time.
Ritual of the Day #111: Chocolate tasting is a rapidly expanding industry, but you can just enjoy eating the chocolate.
Ritual of the Day #42: Finding joy in the escape of fiction is something that can be hard. Here are a few ways to fit it in.