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  • Most marketers believe that their team does not take enough creative risks, according to recent research from The Creative Group.

  • Who doesn't want job satisfaction and more productive employees? Happier faces at the office are certainly good for company morale, too. This infographic offers tips, advice, and helpful hints on how to be happier at work.

  • Leaders of small and midsize businesses say the top personal characteristics necessary for running a successful firm are self-discipline, people skills, and passion/drive, according to recent research from Salesforce.

  • What can professionals do to make the most of their time at work? Which approaches, tips, and tricks help to slay productivity-killing dragons?

  • Which hard and soft skills in content marketing are most in demand by employers? How does demand for those skills vary by how senior the positions are?

  • A lot of weekend warriors tend to show up in emergency rooms on Sunday nights. Marketing teams, too, can fall into cycles of intense effort followed by exasperation and, often, failure. But you can avoid common "marketing weekend warrior" scenarios—and market like a fit athlete instead.

  • Are you struggling to create and maintain an all-star marketing team? Your people really are your most valuable asset, and provide the foundation on which all your marketing efforts are built. So how do you get it right?

  • Atomic Habits author James Clear offers tips for adopting good habits, dropping bad ones, enhancing your decision-making, and focusing on continuous improvement.

  • In personal and business life, taking risks can be a valuable strategy. But you need to calculate the benefits and costs. Here's how--along with what calculated risk-taking can do for you.

  • B2B firms say the most difficult marketing roles to find qualified candidates for are those that involve analytics, operations, and demand generation, according to recent research from the Spear Marketing Group.

  • Laura Gassner Otting explains how to redefine success and shares some inspiration from her new book, Limitless: How to Ignore Everybody, Carve Your Own Path, and Live Your Best Life. See how you can apply the same approach to marketing teams—and improve engagement and productivity.

  • Marketers at large firms and at digital-focused companies are perceived by executives to have better marketing skills compared with marketers at smaller firms and more traditional companies, according to recent research from CXL.

  • Within a single generation, marketing and consumers alike have been transformed by technology, the Web, and social media. Not only marketers but also small business owners and entrepreneurs now have to continually up their marketing game to keep pace.

  • Some days, Sales and Marketing can seem closely aligned. Other days, it seems Marketing is from Venus and Sales is from Mars. But sales and marketing teams need to better understand each other, pursue shared goals, and work together more effectively—for the greater good of the company. Here's how to make that happen.

  • Marketing has been around for as long as humans have had something to sell. But in recent years just about every marketing tactic and delivery channel imaginable has quickly and drastically evolved. It's hard for us marketers to be sure of anything these days. Let's see what we can do about that.

  • As technology becomes central to marketing success, one theme stands out: In a tech-centric world, what role does creativity play? The infusion of technology into marketing can pose a fundamental, even existential question for marketers: Is there a role for creativity in a modern marketing program?

  • MarketingProfs Director of Marketing Matt Snodgrass shares findings from the 2019 Marketer Happiness Report and offers insights into how you can be happier and more fulfilled as a marketer. This episode features exclusive data from research conducted by MarketingProfs and Mantis Research.

  • Marketer happiness and fulfillment aren't often the topics of research, but we're breaking from the norm. This one-of-a-kind study looks into what makes today's marketers tick and what some of the happiest and most successful marketers are doing to stay at the top of their game.

  • Are there things small-company marketers are doing, in some cases out of necessity, that we should all consider incorporating into our routines? Is their hustle something we could all learn from?

  • How can busy marketers make time for learning when we're already having trouble keeping our head above water with our day-to-day responsibilities? Podcasts are one of the most efficient ways to learn (and teach). They're easy to access, portable, economical. But where to start? Check out this list of 18 podcasts.