Jason Brick

Jason Brick

Jason Brick is a writer, speaker and coach and has written for national magazines like "Black Bell" and "Pyramid". When he's not writing, he can be found with his family, working on his martial arts skills or learning how to cook.

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What Western Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Bangkok Cabbies

These Thai road warriors reminded me in vivid, exotic color of some keys to success we farang (Thai for "Westerner") business types too often forget.

How Decision Science Can Improve Your Sales and Marketing

The human mind is not a very rational place, and that can be a problem when you try to base sales or marketing on rational ideas.

Small Business Insights From Fictional Characters

It's said that all good fiction is just philosophy in disguise. This can also apply to bad fiction.

Engagement and Social Business: Navigating Google and SEO in 2015

SEO is usually focused on Google's search algorithms because of its overwhelming market share. Get SEO tips and SEO changes we can expect in 2015.

How Motivated Employees Can Help Grow Your Business

Matt Rojas stumbled upon his solution to the too-common problem of employee motivation while working for somebody else.

4 Creative Ways to Integrate the Lunar New Year into Your Customer Engagement

In 2015, it falls on Thursday, February 19, and people will be celebrating in China, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Mauritius, and the Philippines.

Low-Cost Wellness Programs for Small Businesses

Wellness programs are a growing trend among large companies, and for good reason.

The “Box Club Business” Revolution and What It Means for You

If you're thinking of starting a subscription box service, there's never been a better time.

6 Shining Examples of 21st Century Guerrilla Marketing

When Jay Conrad Levinson coined the term "guerilla marketing" in 1984, he was referring to low-cost, high-value marketing techniques usable by small businesses.

5 Social Media Myths That Can Ruin Your Online Marketing

The rumor-friendly nature of social media perpetuates some unfortunate myths. Here are five social media myths that businesses commonly believe.|The rumor-friendly nature of social media perpetuates some unfortunate myths. Here are five social media myths that businesses commonly believe.

What Small Business Owners Can Learn From House of Cards

Frank Underwood's machinations aren't just entertainment. They include some solid leadership by example for small-business owners.

4 Facts That Could Change How You Look at Crowdfunding

It's common for small businesses to ignore crowdfunding because of its 'unprofessional' stigma. See 4 crowdfunding facts that may change your mind.

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