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May 26, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  Working from home for eleventyseven hundred straight days now has had its ups and downs. I’ve saved lots of money on gas, haircuts (okay, in my case its more of beard trim, but it’s still a visit to the…

April 30, 2020
By Emily Blomquist

  While the word viral has taken on a whole new, and much more daunting meaning, things are still going viral on the internet. Maybe even more-so than prior to this pandemic. As we shut our doors to follow the…

April 22, 2020
By Explore

  The past couple of months have been a time of great change. Adjusting to working from home (if you can), wearing face masks in public, not seeing your friends and family face-to-face, and many other routines once considered regular,…

April 10, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  It’s weird what earliest childhood experiences stick as memories versus the ones that disappear forever, going uncredited over time like a tree falling in an empty forest. For some reason, I can remember being in the car with my…

April 3, 2020
By Explore

  In response to the COVID19 outbreak, brands across the globe are shifting their messaging and changing the way they interact with their customers. According to new data, one-third of advertisers have cancelled at least one campaign before it started…

March 23, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  I recently updated our company handbook and built a new deck we call the Explore Communications Manifesto that covers everything from why we do what we do to how best to communicate in the office. I have stuff in…

March 13, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  Working from home has become a common benefit offered by employers to employees in companies of all sizes and most industries. One Gallup survey found that 43% of Americans work from home occasionally. We have a small office here…

March 9, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  I used to think it was fun to hang out at the bookstore near the self-help aisle and judge everyone that browsed the section. Actually, I may or may not still think its fun. We all need help and…

January 28, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  Originals by Adam Grant is a big-time thumbs up; must read. This book has my wheels spinning and it applies to my world both professionally and personally. I like to take notes when I read non-fiction and if quantity…

January 17, 2020
By Brett Grischo

  You know how you search for something on Google and then you get ads on all your social media and smart phone for something related to that search? Like a few years ago when I was invited to a…

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