Wow, time flies… when you’re having fun… when our ‘to do’ lists are overwhelming… and when the demands of the day seem to steal our joy. We’re 2 years into the pandemic… where did the time go? One key… Read More
Archive for the ‘Market Research’ Category
Self Talk Matters!
Every human being produces approximately 70,000 thoughts per day, according to the Laboratory of NeuroImaging, University of Southern California. Our minds never stop! The marveling fact is that humans are highly unaware of how the mind works, including the impact of our mind on… Read More
We are in desperate need of celebration this year!! The HOLIDAYS are here!! Holidays are typically filled with so much activity we often neglect to enjoy special moments with family and friends. According to the latest findings from Pew Research about nine-in-ten… Read More
Social Media- New Insights
LinkedIn LinkedIn has a unique user demographic: More than 1 of every 3 adults in the US aged 30-49 use LinkedIn (37%), with over half of their users possessing college degrees. Their 722 million users can utilize the platform to… Read More
What We’ve Learned…
To provide context to, “What have we learned” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Since March, 2020 to present we continue to conduct market research: Over 2,500 participants recruited by Observation Baltimore. Over 55 focus groups/interviews conducted by The Research Group. … Read More
The Golden Rule?
A lesson we are taught as children regarding kindness is to “treat others the way you would want to be treated.” The Golden Rule is a moral standard found across religious and spiritual texts, as well as academia, and also referred to as… Read More
Trust YOUR gut!
Quick… make an important decision! Our heart begins to race, palms moisten, and the mind tosses about options at epic speed. With time counting down, the decision must be made: instinct or logic. These situations are familiar to all of… Read More
Cost of Interference
Competition for our attention is at an all-time high. Social media, email, urgent project requests, colleagues who need advice, family tugs, household chores, and the ever-pervasive text messages are all contenders competing for our attention. Multitasking: not the solution! Research… Read More
According to Webster, Savor is defined as to delight in, enjoy the pleasantries. When was the last time we really enjoyed a moment? Reacted with a belly laugh? Experienced genuine gratefulness for a loved one’s embrace or delighted in the scent of a flower? A… Read More
Etiquette in Social Media
Our world is a reflection of our personal brand, including our virtual world. Accordingly, etiquette is a wise, worthwhile effort. We live in a transparent world knowing details of others’ lives: exactly where people visit, what they eat, and with whom they are… Read More