I started to experiment with teaching as a graduate assistant around 2012. It didn’t take long before I was hooked. Two years later, I was a full-fledged adjunct. By 2015, teaching had taken control and I was doing it full-time. In the Spring of 2017, I became the Director of Minerva, the creative portfolio specialization in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations at The University of Alabama. I have become just another statistic.
I lead creative teams in unearthing the insights, that lead to human truths, that lead to bold ideas, that lead to memorable brand engagements, that lead to making the cash registers ring.
Let’s find the right (small to mid-sized) agency to fit your particular ($10k-$100k annual spend) creative communications needs. Because, relationships matter.
First, you have to make a really big lake. The bigger, the better. Then, you get to go fishing. I can help you and your team hook the big fish waiting down in the deep water. I promise this analogy makes sense. So does the one about raw chicken. Let me explain...
Creativity and complex problem-solving is key to becoming and staying competitive—no matter the industry. So make it part of your corporate culture. Make creative thinking the standard rather than the exception.
But, I can share with you hard-earned insights on how clock-in/clock-out cultures can be transformed into hotbeds of innovation and thought-leadership. I can tell you why developing and activating a culture of creativity can lead to immediate and drastic positive shift throughout all levels of your organization. And, I can tell you why your pitching skills are key to your long-term success in business (and in life). you why working on your pitching skills is the key to your long-term success in business (and in life).
“I am currently a copywriting intern at BBDO New York, but I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Mr. Barry. Although he is highly qualified, and his dedication to teaching is clear, I also feel the need to say this: Mr. Barry didn’t just teach us how to create good work. He showed us how to be a good person.”
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