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If You Want People To Do Something, Make It Easy

It’s been said that if you want people to do something, make it easy. Which is fabulous advice and an effective truth that I try to leverage from day to day. In economic terms, some companies have turned to tracking and creating metrics…

It’s Time for Product Roadmap 2.0

Ideba provides win/loss, CSAT, and voice of the customer research for clients. Additionally, our creative group is tapped to refine organizations’ product roadmap. This provides an opportunity to examine the nexus between customer needs,…

Finding a Career Amidst Your Interests

Tucked in a dusty corner next to a rarely used pair of offices, there exists a collection of magic portals to different worlds. Outsiders looking in may see a dark room filled with colorful lights after-hours. They may see a collection of chairs…

What is Quiet Quitting?

A friend/co-worker recently introduced me to the term “quiet quitting”. If you haven’t heard of it, it basically means that you dial back your day-to-day work responsibilities and shift from a high performing capacity to one that does…

Why Giving Back Should Be a Priority for Youth Today

Being actively involved in philanthropic pursuits since I was 12 years old, I am often asked what motivates me to do so. All in all, I truly feel that giving back is a part of my DNA, a part of who I am. By being an active member of society,…

Savoring August

I am not one of those people who eagerly anticipates fall. Summer is my season. I am my happiest self between June and September. When I lived in the Caribbean, coworkers and friends who had moved to St. Thomas from somewhere with seasons would…

Three Things Guaranteed to Make You Smile

One month and two days ago, I left the USA for a two-month, summer long trip across Europe. When I left on June 24th, the only plans I had were my one way ticket to Scotland and to meet up with my family in Greece on July 18th. During those…

Writing from Scratch

I was an extremely anxious writer growing up for two reasons: my thoughts would race through my mind too fast for me to translate into complete sentences, and I never felt as if my work was truly done. I grew up learning and speaking two languages.…

The High School Experience in Hindsight

The good ol’ American high school experience doesn’t solely constitute cheerleaders and school formals and Friday night lights (granted, the latter took up an unimaginable amount of time), rather, it is a time to better cultivate one’s…

Can Advertising Make Everything Free?

I may be late hearing about this organization called FreeWater ("The World's First Free Beverage Company"), but upon learning of them I was dropped into an existential black hole where, for a moment, everything I had once thought about consumerism…