Today marks one year working at Salesforce AppExchange, the business app store for Salesforce. It's a blast — an ecosystem of customers, employees, partners and apps — all coming together to make something amazing. We're all working toward a greater experience with the use of technology. I've met remarkable people — from partners, to customers, to… Continue reading 12 Months of Marketing Technology
A few years ago I joined - what turned out to be - one of my favorite Facebook groups of all time. Social media brings together communities of all shapes and sizes, and as niche and simple as it is, The Border Collie Appreciation Group, has been a blast. People around the world share pictures,… Continue reading What One Silly Question Says About Community
No matter your work environment, it's ideal to find a space that helps you feel more upbeat than a fresh cup of coffee. I've been working from home since 2011, and many of my colleagues and friends do the same (including my husband, which is a post for another day!). I remember when I first… Continue reading Fresh and Simple Ideas to Effectively Work Remotely
I love writing, but lately, I haven't been able to write. My mornings are cloudy despite sunshine, and my evenings are quiet despite living with a toddler. Time is moving slowly. Tears are falling more easily. It's harder to experience joy. These are the feelings from loss. Despite being a glass-half-full, joyful, life-loving cheerleader, smiles… Continue reading These are the Lessons that a Recent Death has Taught Me About Life
Recently, the brand new book, The SaaS Startup Founder's Guide, came off the press and into the hands of SaaStrAnnual attendees for the first time. Written by SaaS startup lovers for SaaS startup lovers, the book is a compendium for every current and future SaaS entrepreneur. Whether you're looking to build, grow or go to market with a startup, this… Continue reading The Exciting Journey to The SaaS Startup Founder’s Guide
Learn how a toy tigers connects a family across the country, and how you can do the same.
This is my last post of 2015. As I reflect on the posts I've written and the experiences I've had this year, I've realized that 2015 was a year of firsts. And there are a lot of learnings from that. It was the first time my back didn't bug me, since I spent more time… Continue reading 2015 Ruminations to Prepare for 2016