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What Do We Actually Do?
A long time ago I worked in conjunction with an office in India. There was a particular individual who would respond to all requests with the following statement; “The needful has been done”. That line always stuck with me and now we use it as a sort of a motto. At OneRedCat, we do what needs to be done. From web development, to social media management to content creation, we do our best so that you can do whatever it is that you do best.
Our mission is to design fun and functional, responsive websites focused on balancing premium content with an enjoyable user experience.
We develop and launch social campaigns focused on engaging content and developing relationships across multiple platforms.
We help brands craft superior content that drives traffic and helps build an authentic, authoritative voice.
We help create a lasting statement for your brand through logo design and branding guides designed to help you maintain brand clarity.
What We Think About Everything
Back in January, I had the opportunity to host a panel at Podcamp 2017 with an incredible group of people that I admire greatly and I wanted to take the time to talk a little bit about that experience. This isn’t so much a review of that talk but rather how and why we put that panel together and the key takeaways from that session.
I was not supposed to host a panel on Women in Technology at Podcamp 2017. I wasn’t supposed to speak at all as one of the main organizers. But we had a speaker and a host drop out pretty late and so I was really excited to get to join the panel (and also to add my own talk later in the day.)
Recently, we had a provincial election. I want to start with a VERY large caveat which is that this is NOT a political post. This is not about which party I think was right, or wrong, or would be the best for the province or would be the worst for the province. I’ll admit that[…]
I’m an avid business/motivational reader. I love big idea books that challenge the way that we think and the way that we act and the way that we react and for me, few books have had such an impact in that field as Jason Fried’s Rework. It is a stark manifesto of the things we[…]
There’s an anecdote in Luke Sullivan’s “Hey Whipple, Squeeze This” about Evian creating a massively popular viral video featuring babies on rollerskates, only to have their profits decrease substantially. As far as marketing efforts go, generating 80 million views on YouTube might seem like a slam dunk. How did a misstep seem to be such[…]
I sat down a few weeks ago with the CEO of a local startup to talk strategy (mine, not theirs…they’re killing it). I wanted to get his advice on a few moves I was thinking about making with respect to productivity and strategy. My situation has always been a little complicated because in addition to[…]
There’s this one question that I always get asked that I really hate. It’s a question that I’m guessing a lot of professional writers get asked and I’m guessing they all hate it. “How do you write the perfect blog post?” First off, I knew the answer to “how do you write the perfect blog[…]
Eureka moments are incredible. That moment when you discover (or at worst learn) some incredible thing that will fundamentally change the way you work or think. They’re amazing moments. We all strive for that moment of enlightenment where we make a leap forward, our Elon Musk moment, where we revolutionize an industry or a concept[…]
I love television. I’m fully aware that it robs your brain of the capacity to think when you watch drivel…BUT…I love it. My all time favourite television show is a show that got cancelled 13 episodes into its first season; a sci-fi space drama called Defying Gravity, which was pitched as “Grey’s Anatomy in Space”…which[…]
My mom is the manager of a gas station in a small Nova Scotian community. One day she was talking to me about one of her employees. He was polite, and kind and a generally productive worker. But there was one thing that he just couldn’t seem to do.
He couldn’t say, “Have a nice day.”
Recently I was delivering a couple of master classes at the Starting Point Entrepreneurship Conference at Saint Mary’s University. I taught two classes, one on meetings and one on team development and at one point during my second class, one of the participants piped up and said, “you really hate businesses, don’t you?”
I mean…hate is a strong word.