Podcast: Linda Popky joins the Seattle Shrimp Tank podcast as a guest host. - Listen
Press Release: "Linda Popky Joins Shrimp Tank Seattle Podcast" - Award-winning marketer bring strategic marketing perspective to popular podcast. – Read release.
Podcast: Linda Popky interviews Roberta Matuson who talks about how important it is to have difficult conversations in a work environment, especially in a virtual and hybrid work environment. - Listen
Podcast: Deb Zahn talks with Linda Popky and Lisa Anderson, SAC Executive Directors, about what SAC (Society for the Advancement of Consulting) does and how it helps consultants build successful businesses. A Craft of Consulting podcast. - Listen.
SAC® Press Release: "Successful Organizations Move Beyond the Great Resignation" - Linda observes that great brands always attract great employees. – Read release.
Video: Just a Moment for Marketing: One-minute marketing tip videos. – View over 100 videos.
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This week, the sports world lost a giant–someone who never played a professional sport, but had an outsized influence on the game of baseball. Hall of Fame broadcaster Vin Scully, who announced Dodgers games for 67 seasons, passed away at … Continue reading
Today, the US Senate confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to be the first Black female justice to serve on the United States Supreme Court. As a candidate, President Biden promised to nominate a Black woman to the Court, should he … Continue reading
Yogi Berra famously said, “Ninety percent of the game is half mental.” This saying comes to mind during the current Summer Olympics, where we’ve seen superstar athletes like Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka step back to protect their mental health. … Continue reading
Born in a small town in Alabama in 1931, Willie Howard Mays, Jr. started his baseball career in the Negro Leagues before breaking into the Major Leagues with the New York Giants in 1951. That was only four years after … Continue reading