Meryl Streep gives back to society tirelessly, including the donation of her time for the feature film GirlRising (a project near and dear to my heart). She’s strong, confident, kind and peaceful. With no tolerance for negativity in her life.
No single-channel solution can survive. Long gone are the days of inbound versus outbound, social selling versus content syndication, SEO versus SEM, display versus video advertising. Long gone are the days of caring about each inbound and outbound channel in a vacuum. Your buyers aren’t going to just one place — the journey is complex, across many channels.
It’s not news that we are in the dawn of the machine intelligence era across all industries, all verticals. Artificial intelligence will disrupt every interaction, every industry, and will be at the heart of every advancement technology.
Life is change, impermanence. Nothing stands still. For every down there is an equal or greater up. I’ve had my downs. The more we give away the more we get back. I’ve given… Life appears to be ‘giving to 6sense’ right now…I am grateful. Thank you to the amazing remarkable, brilliant, loving, fun, hilariously funny, curious, ...
We lost our first employee "at their will" last week... I guess my motivational messaging for women to dream big is working. I just didn't think it would work on our employees. All kidding aside, I'm flattered. Meryl left to start her own video production company. She will always be 6sense family and we wish ...
Sharing the $2B promise of predictive at Predictive Analytics and Business Insights 2015… today embarks the beginning of the year for speaking. Deep breath as I think about the 40+ speaking engagements to come this year.
I got to share my story last night at Brightroll’s Data Driven Women Meetup. What an inspiring and fun group!
Yesterday I was lucky to grace the stage at NetSuite’s SKO with some inspiring leaders in sales enablement. I love my job!
Someone recently asked me… What’s your biggest prediction for 2015 (and beyond)? It’s simple. I want to see more women leadership — something I spoke about during the “Future of Predictive Analytics Panel” at Dreamforce 2014. Notice anything? Yes, I’m the only woman on the panel. It’s time to change that.
I believe that we still have a long way to go in terms of gender equality. However, it’s great to be reminded of the small successes, and things seem to be looking up for Fortune 5000 companies.