Sharon Drew’s Rants
Years ago, when the marketing automation field began publicizing that it would ‘follow the buy cycle’ and ‘place data exactly where it should be placed in the buyer’s decision path’, I knew that would be impossible, using the sales model. As a solution placement device, sales merely manages the last 10% of the buyer’s journey […]
Like many of us, the 3 years in the Recession Economy were scary. But it’s was a good news/bad news situation. My training and coaching business was greatly diminished, and as a result I had more time to do my favorite things: write and create.
I used those years to write a new book and finally get the full […]
It’s SXSW here in Austin – the 10 day period in which I overdose on movies.
I am a movie crazy-person. Every week, when I’m in town, life I turn my computer off at noon on Fridays and go to the local arthouse to see 2 movies, and most of the time see a commercial movie on Sunday. Three […]
I don’t know about you, but I don’t always look at my bills as I pay them. I just kinda plug numbers into my computer as I’m doing something else.
But yesterday, I actually looked at my Time Warner bill. It had somehow jumped in size. How did that happen? I called them. Here are the dialogues.
The first […]
Recently I got a cut-off notice from T-Mobile. For non-payment of $106.10. Apparently I didn’t receive 2 bills, and if it’s not in front of me, it doesn’t register that the bill hasn’t been paid.
Let’s think about this for a moment. I have 3 accounts and 2 devices with T-Mobile. I give them around $150/month, not to mention the […]
When my mom turned 65, I was 37 and newly married to my second husband (who was 25. See? I was always a trend-setter – or a Dirty Old Lady). And my mom was old. Old, Old, Old. She was saggy, chubby, achey, bumpy, and paring down her life and activities to adjust for her age. Plus her […]