Finding Your Happy Place in Rural Areas

Tim Leon
I came across an interesting Washington Post blog concerning research recently published by the Vancouver School of Economics and McGill University about the “geography of well-being” in Canada. The study covered Canada’s entire population, with over 400,000 responses from 1,200 communities across the country. The research indicated a correlation between population density (concentration of people […]

Trending from G/L: We are All Going To Die

Dave Geile
If this trending item is our future destiny, we are all going to look like the Wal-Mart people shopping from a mobile cart. Not because of their inability to walk, but because of their crushing weight!

Trending from G/L: Time Travel Maps

Ben Schwab
In the midst of holiday boredom activities, you may begin to wish you had the ability to time travel and control time and space at your will. Now you can (kind of).

Trending from G/L: Why Ili Means You Wasted Your Time on Rosetta Stone

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The first generation ili is currently capable of translating between Chinese, Japanese, and English, facilitating nearly instant multilingual conversation between any combinations of the three.

Trending from G/L – Selfridges takes stand for body positivity

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When they're done right, body positivity messaging can make a brand warm and approachable.

Mobile Apps in 2016 – The fad is over, but the market is still there

Dan Diveley
Mobile Apps are still a critical tool when they address a key need.

Trending from G/L: Building a soccer brand from scratch with LAFC

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Los Angeles Football Club is attempting to build a rapport with millennial fans well before a soccer ball is even kicked.

Trending from G/L: New Color Insights…by listening?

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Technology is changing people’s lives and becoming apart of them—literally in this colorful case.

Find Your Why: Why Do You Do What You Do?

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There are so many different brands fighting for the top spot in the same industry; to stand out seems nearly impossible.

Find Your Why: How? Start By Asking Questions

Geile/Leon Marketing Communications
Discovering your “why” isn’t as easy as it first may seem. Shooting from the hip may result in an off-strategy approach, confusion among employees, and even criticism—external or otherwise.