I think most of us felt that way, which is why the following two days we spent as a whole IMPACT family back at our headquarters in New Haven, Connecticut, were so filled with love, gratitude, laughter, and a heck of a lot of fun.
Unfortunately, in keeping with my tradition from thelast issue ofTHE LATEST, I was terrible at taking photos — in fact, I only have three to share:
However, he did say of it,"Most accurate picture drawn of me this week. 🔥"
Next, I received this award. I won't linger on this for too long, but let's just say the past year has felt like riding on a meteor. And, even with a lot of sleepless nights, I wouldn't change a thing about it.
Finally, even though a lot of people I know were terrified at the idea of me being trusted with throwing sharp objects through the air, I went axe-throwing for the first time with a few friends. I've spent a lot of this week intentionally trying to push myself outside of my comfort zone by doing things that terrified me, and let me just tell you how liberating throwing axes felt. I can't recommend it enough.
That said, my axe-throwing teammate,IMPACT Paid Media Specialist Jason Linde(pictured above), and I didn't win.Although I'd like to think we came in first in enthusiasm and unnecessary celebration dances.
Well, that's all she wrote, folks. As always, I've hand-picked some of our best content from the past few days for your digital sales and marketing education pleasure.
And we'll be back to our regularly scheduled programming next week.
☠️ How to Harness the Power of Science to Overcome a Toxic Work Environment (Infographic)
Although the term “toxic work environment” is common-place in conversations these days, trying to nail down a concrete definition of what that means is next to impossible. A toxic work environment can make you feel less motivated, depressed, and even physically ill.In this infographic feature, IMPACT designer Marcella Jalbert breaks downthe most effective ways to cope with a toxic work environment, as backed by science.