This has been a couple of years filled with fresh starts. From crayon’s sale to Powered, then Powered’s acquisition just a year later to the Dachis Group, then on to starting my own consultancy, StrategyJQ. It been a whirlwind of experience and I’ve loved every minute of it. Starting SJQ has been amazing and really fun and I feel grateful and humbled by the people who have chosen to work with me. As well as the people who are actually doing the work with me – again, lucky and grateful.
I wanted to take a moment and acknowledge that all of this wouldn’t be happening if I hadn’t met Scott Monty, who got me an interview to take his position at crayon with Joseph Jaffe, Greg Verdino and Gary Krivin. Working at crayon will always be a high point of my career, something I’ll always be incredibly proud of. There are only a few people that can call themselves crayonistas, the men named above, and a few others including CC Chapman, Steve Coulson and Amadeo Plaza, and I think that most of us consider it a badge of honor. StrategyJQ is a direct result of my work with Greg, Gary, Amadeo and Joe at crayon and they will always be family to me. I also want to take a moment and say how supportive everyone at Dachis was when I was transitioning out of the company and that everyone I had contact with there were incredibly smart and capable. Just really bright minds.
I’m not someone that talks about my work across all of the social networks. Absolutely to my detriment and I get that. My credo is, “Less Talk, More Walk”. In my case, that means that I want people to see the work as my clients and not StrategyJQ. It’s just what I believe.
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This is a fresh start for Social Days too. This is a place that I’ll share opinions, links, trends that I see…and we’ll see what else. This is hopefully the LAST Fresh Start for a while and I’m looking to make the most of it.